LAW 3773 - Consumer Transactions
This course explores substantive law and policy considerations related to consumer protection and consumer behavior in the marketplace. The primary approach is transactional and is grounded in those purchase and use arrangements that are available to retail consumers of goods and services. The Federal Trade Commission Act, the Truth in Lending Act, the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act and laws affecting telemarketing, billing, credit reporting and debt collection are discussed, as well as common law approaches to fraud and deception. The course also considers aspects of tort law and food and drug regulations as they relate to product liability and product safety.
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