Consumer Law

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Criminal Justice

Three Takata executives are indicted in airbag scandal; company settles with Justice Department

Consumer Law

Drugmaker’s claim that Prevagen boosts memory is fraudulent, FTC lawsuit says

Consumer Law

Two of the top credit reporting companies agree to pay $23M to resolve deceptive marking claims

U.S. Supreme Court

Chemerinsky: Free speech on the SCOTUS docket

Law Schools

Judge tosses consumer fraud claims against Arizona Summit Law School

Consumer Law

Payday lender Moneytree agrees to $500K federal fine over deceptive practices

Education Law

DeVry agrees to $100M settlement in FTC suit alleging misleading ads touted graduate success

Cybersecurity

Ashley Madison agrees to pay $1.6M in connection with hacking of its network

Legal Ethics

Lawyer who sued over $75 boot fee for Porsche paid $56K in sanctions; no discipline recommended

Internet Law

In bid to protect online reviews, Congress OKs bill banning gag clauses in consumer contracts

Feature

Some windfall winners need a lawyer to protect them from themselves

Trials & Litigation

Trump University settles fraud suits for $25M; New York AG calls deal ‘a stunning reversal’

U.S. Supreme Court

How Trump’s victory and GOP Senate control could shape the law

Elder Law

Judge blocks federal rule that would ban arbitration in nursing home disputes

Features

Lead litigation beyond Flint

Supreme Court Report

SCOTUS will decide whether Miami can sue banks under the Fair Housing Act

Civil Procedure

Federal judge chastises FTC for threatening to ‘pick up its marbles’ and play in other venues

Trials & Litigation

Suit claims lawyers used ‘stooge defendants’ to get courts to order scrubbing of bad online reviews

Consumer Law

Court orders bar skin-care marketers from misleading customers about ‘risk-free trials’

Constitutional Law

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has unconstitutional structure, DC Circuit rules
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