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Consumer Protection Law Developments

Consumer Protection Law Developments
Product Code: 5030529
Publication Date: March 2009
ISBN: 978-1-60442-390-7
Page Count: 864
Trim Size: 7 x 10 Hardcover
Sponsoring Entities: Section of Antitrust Law
Topics: Antitrust Law, Consumer Law, Corporate Law
Format: Book - 5030529
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About the Book

Consumer protection laws seek to correct a misimpression that a product or service has a greater value than it actually does and, by doing so, prevent consumer injury. Understanding this objective, however, is a good deal easier than understanding the many federal and state laws designed to accomplish it.

The focus of the book is a complete and detailed perspective on Consumer Protection laws, with emphasis on developments regarding federal, state, and international law, as well as industry self-regulation. You'll find information on administrative litigation, consumer class actions, Lanham Act and Sherman Act litigation, and express, implied, and establishment claims; qualitative and quantitative consumer perception analysis; industry standard, modified industry standards, and nonstandard product testing; statistical analysis and more.

In addition to advertising law, this book endeavors to identify all the applicable laws, touching on all of the relevant disciplines, including deception and unfairness, promotion and direct marketing, private remedies, privacy and data security, industry self-regulation, and international consumer protection. Here's just a sample of the information found in this exhaustive reference:

Deceptive and Unfair Practices
Technology Advertising; Media disclosures; Endorsements; Pricing Claims; Guarantees and Warranties; U.S. Origin Claims; Environmental Claims; Consumer Injury and much more

New Technologies
Privacy Policies; Personal Information; Using Childrens Personal Information; Information Held by Financial Institutions; Prohibitions against Pretexting, Address Harvesting, and Dictionary Attacks; CAN-SPAM Prohibitions; Phishing; Telemarketing Practices; Data Security Breaches; Opt-Out Notices, and much, much more.

The Federal Trade Commission
Enforcement Procedures; Investigative Tools; Settlement Procedures; Reopening and Modifying Orders; Supreme Court Review; Corrective Advertising; The Truth in Lending Act, The Fair Credit Reporting Act, The Equal Credit Opportunity Act; Labeling Regulations; The Telemarketing Act, and more.

State Consumer Protection Law
Provisions of State Consumer Protection Laws; Intent, Deception, Reliance, and Injury; The Uniform Deceptive Trade Practices Act; Injunctive and monetary Relief; Local Laws; Private Right of Action for Consumers; Damages and a state by-state analysis of the Consumer Protection Laws of the Individual States.

In addition, Private Remedies for False or Misleading Advertising: The Lanham Act Section 43(a) and Advertising Self-Regulation are covered in detail.

Consumer Protection Law Developments a comprehensive and up-to-date analysis of this important and complex subject. It is the perfect companion treatise to Antitrust Law Developments. If you are even remotely involved in consumer protection law, you need to add this treatise to your library.