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Consumer Financial Services Litigation 2002
Alan S. Kaplinsky, Julia B. Strickland, John Roddy, Mark A. Chavez
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1. The New New Litigation Thing: Consumer Privacy
Chapter 2. "E-Sign and Consumer Financial Services: New Opportunities and Litigation Ahead"
Chapter 3. Federal Trade Commission Privacy Agenda (PowerPoint Presentation)
Chapter 4. Frequently Asked Questions for the Privacy Regulations December 2001
Chapter 5. Recent Developments in Consumer Class Action Litigation
Chapter 6. Class Action Developments
Chapter 7. Hot Topics in Auto Finance Litigation
Chapter 8. Hot Issues in Automobile Finance Litigation: The Equal Credit Opportunity Act (ECOA) The Plaintiffs' Perspective (PowerPoint Presentation)
Chapter 9. Materials Submitted by Mark D. Lonergan
Chapter 10. Recent Developments in Credit Insurance Litigation: An Update
Chapter 11. Materials Submitted by Lynn Drysdale
Chapter 12. Payday Lending and "Rent-A-Bank" Exportation
Chapter 13. Recent Developments in Residential Mortgage Litigation
Chapter 14. Recent Developments in Residential Mortgage Litigation
Chapter 15. Recent Developments in Residential Mortgage Litigation
Chapter 16. Class Actions in Bankruptcy Court: Jurisdictional and Remedial Issues
Chapter 17. Bankruptcy: Current Developments
Chapter 18. Important Statutory Liability Provisions for California Consumers
Chapter 19. An Introduction to California's Unfair Competition Law - Business and Professions Code §17200, et seq.
Chapter 20. Materials Submitted by Alan S. Kaplinsky
Chapter 21. Materials Submitted by Julie Williams
Chapter 22. Materials Submitted by Barbara Kent
Chapter 23. Darcy Ting, et al., v. AT&T
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