Who is a Class Member

  • Class Members of the Norms Restaurants settlement include “all consumers in California who (1) possess a Norms Restaurants gift card which has a balance of less than $10.00 that was originally issued and/or activated between January 1, 2008 and December 31, 2015, or (2) possessed such a gift card that was originally issued and/or activated between January 1, 2008 and December 31, 2015 but disposed of it upon being informed by a Norms Restaurants employee in California that it could not be redeemed for cash.”

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Estimated Award

  • Up to $9.99

Class Members claiming to have disposed a gift card with a remaining balance less than $10.00 as a result of being informed by a Norms Restaurants employee that redemption for cash was not permissible, will receive a gift card valued at $9.99 which can be used at any Norms Restaurants location in California, and may be redeemed for cash.


Proof of Purchase

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Claim Form

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California Norms Restaurants Gift Card Settlement Notes

  • Yordi Martinez v. Norms Restaurants LLC
  • Case No. RIC1512432
  • Pending in the California Superior Court for the County of Riverside

Plaintiff Yordi Martinez filed this class action lawsuit claiming the Norms Restaurants failed to redeem gift cards for cash, upon request, when the remaining balance on the gift card was less than $10.00. Since January 1, 2008, California law specifically requires that a gift card must be redeemed for cash, upon a customer’s request, when the gift card balance falls below $10.00.

Under the terms of the California Norms Restaurant gift card settlement, Norms will conduct at least one employee training session in all of its California locations for purposes of reviewing gift card redemption policies, update its employee manuals and website to include language that ““California law requires that a gift card must be redeemed for cash, upon a customer’s request, when the gift card balance falls below $10.00,” and also post a signage in an employee-only section of its California restaurants that includes this policy.

Norms denies any wrongdoing but concluded it is in their best interests to settle the action to avoid further litigation.

The settlement was given final approval and there is no deadline for submitting a claim form.


Important Dates

  • There is no claim form deadline.
  • The California Norms Restaurants gift card class action settlement has been given final approval.

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