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Consumer Financial Services Litigation 2004
Alan S. Kaplinsky, Julia B. Strickland, John J. Roddy
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Chapter 1. Recent Developments in Consumer Class Action Litigation
Chapter 2. california’s Unfair Competition Law-The Structure and Use of Business and Professions Code § 17200
Chapter 3. Analysis of Consumer Transactions The Practice of Consumer Law -Seeking Economic Justice with CD-Rom
Chapter 4. Predatory Lending: Materials submitted by
Chapter 5. Arbitration and Class Actions: A Contradiction in Terms
Chapter 6. The Use of Pre-Dispute Arbitration Agreements by Consumer Financial Services Providers
Chapter 7. 30 Good Arbitration Decisions From 2003
Chapter 8. Effective Public Relations During High-Profile Litigation
Chapter 9. Recent Developments in Automotive Financing and Leasing Litigation
Chapter 10. Recent Developments in Automobile Finance Litigation: The Equal Credit Opportunity Act (“ECOA”) The Plaintiffs’ Perspective
Chapter 11. Coleman et al. v. General Motors Acceptance Corporation & Jones et al. v. Ford Motor Credit Company
Chapter 12. New Frontiers in Mortgage Servicing Litigation
Chapter 13. National Bank Preemption Litigation
Chapter 14. Material submitted by Barbara Anthony, Regional Director, Federal Trade Commission I-XII
Chapter 15. Tyler V. Chavers et al. v. Fleet Bank (RI) N.A. et al. 1-3
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