- Protecting Our Seniors—Stating a Cause of Action for Elder Abuse is Not as Difficult as Defendants Often Claim
- “Smart” toys raise privacy and safety concerns for kids
- Strict new privacy and data protections soon take effect in European countries
- Is your cell phone tracking every move you make?
- Elder Abuse Case of Note: People v. Remmert
- CPFB Wins Trial on Behalf of Consumers Mislead by Loan Servicer
- The CFPB Issues Long-Awaited Rule to Curb Arbitration Abuse, Offering a Glimmer of Hope for Consumers amid Trying Times
- No Bad Deed—Protecting Homeowners from Fraudulent Deeds
- Ninth Circuit Declines to Apply Filed Rate Doctrine to Airfares
- Unsafe at 30,000 Feet: Why Lithium Ion Batteries Present a Serious Problem for Airlines and Passenger Safety
Showing 2 posts from July 2017.
The CFPB Issues Long-Awaited Rule to Curb Arbitration Abuse, Offering a Glimmer of Hope for Consumers amid Trying Times
On Monday, July 10, 2017, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (“CFPB”) issued a rule that will halt abusive tactics by credit card companies, banks, and other financial firms to prevent consumers from bringing class actions. Read More ›
With the median price of home in some Bay Area counties topping the $1 million mark real estate fraud is rampant. There are many types of real estate fraud – from equity stripping to foreclosure rescue, however, in recent years, the California Department of Real Estate (DRE) has noticed an uptick in criminal fraud related to real property deeds. Read More ›