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Consumer Protection

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Latest News in Consumer Protection

  • September 17, 2018

    Judge Boots $1.6M Neiman Marcus Breach Deal And Class

    An Illinois federal judge Monday decertified a consumer class and declined final approval of its $1.6 million deal with Neiman Marcus Group LLC that would have ended an action over credit card data that was exposed in a 2013 breach, finding conflicts between class members.

  • September 17, 2018

    Consumers Seek Cert. In 'Rent-A-Tribe' Usurious Loan Suit

    A proposed class of consumers accusing an online lender tied to a Michigan tribe of issuing loans with unreasonably high interest rates urged a Virginia federal court Friday to grant their bid for certification, saying a class action is the best way to handle their claims.

  • September 17, 2018

    Ex-Equifax Exec Should Face Insider Trading Charges: Judge

    A Georgia magistrate judge recommended keeping alive two insider trading charges against a former Equifax Inc. executive accused of selling shares of the company before news of a massive hack broke last year, saying Monday that both charges are different and detailed enough to survive a dismissal bid.

  • September 17, 2018

    Calif. Starts Ball Rolling With Novel Internet Of Things Law

    California is poised to become the first state to enact rules mandating security features for internet-connected devices, marking a modest first step in what is likely to be a flurry of activity in the coming years to more tightly regulate emerging technologies at the state and federal levels, experts say.

  • September 17, 2018

    Mercedes-Benz Says It Isn't Liable For Defects In Used Cars

    Mercedes-Benz USA has asked a California federal judge to dismiss a proposed consumer class action alleging the company sold them cars with faulty transmissions, with the automaker arguing it can hardly be held responsible when the drivers bought their cars used, fourth-hand and not from Mercedes-Benz dealerships.

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