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American Tree owners say they never got to refute gouging claims

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State officials are lauding a state Supreme Court ruling against the American Tree Company for price-gouging customers after Tropical Storm Irene, but the owners of the Lake George-based business say they never got a chance to tell their side of the story. In the ruling issued Friday, Judge Eugene Devine indicated American Tree “failed to produce any credible evidence of extraneous factors that would warrant the increase in storm-related costs.” His decision permanently bars American ...


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