Tag Archives: consumer protection


Overcoming Delay Tactics in Arbitration

On March 9, 2017, the Supreme Court of New Jersey delivered a significant victory to consumers against an auto dealership attempting to use an arbitration agreement to obstruct claims from being heard. Roach v. BM Motoring, LLC shows a strategy for overcoming delay tactics in arbitration so that consumer protection claims can be considered on […]

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Construction & Renovation Fraud & Misrepresentation Litigation

Virginia Consumer Protection Claims Against Contractors

There is a lot of litigation and arbitration in the construction contracting industry. Most of these cases are disputes over whether the contractor did the work and if so, whether it has been appropriately compensated under the terms of the agreement. Some construction disputes include allegations of deceptive practices. Virginia law approaches unprofessional practices in […]

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Fraud & Misrepresentation

Protecting a Company against Identity Fraud in 2014

Whether your business has a staff of 2 or 200, protecting the business from any kind of fraud, including identity theft, requires a team effort. For businesses that have databases with personal identifiers such as names, addresses, social security numbers and dates of birth, the security of that data poses a special risk to both […]

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