Mark Romeo purchased hardwood flooring for his house from Katzir’s Floor and Home Design, Inc., doing business as National Hardwood Flooring and Moulding (National). National recommended a contractor to install the flooring. When parts of the flooring buckled, Romeo sued National and its president Omer Katzir (collectively defendants) under the Consumer Legal Remedies Act (CLRA) ( Civ. Code, § 1750 et seq.), and for violation of the unfair competition law ( Bus. & Prof. Code, § 17200). Shortly before trial, Romeo requested a dismissal without prejudice of all claims against defendants; the trial court dismissed Romeo’s case without prejudice. Defendants filed a motion for statutory and contractual attorney fees. The trial court denied the motion and defendants appealed. Affirmed. [Mr. Horwitz represented the appellant / defendants].