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Monthly Archives: October 2020

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Third Circuit Finds Rental Car Company “Jackets” Did Not Create Binding Arbitration Agreements

By Consumer Law PA |

Companies often try to trick customers into binding arbitration agreements. Arbitration is a form of private dispute resolution that typically restricts the legal rights of consumers–and thus heavily favors the business that drafted the agreement. In some cases, consumers may not even realize they have agreed to arbitration at the time they purchased a… Read More »

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What Happens to Undistributed Funds from a Consumer Class Action?

By Consumer Law PA |

Have you ever received a notice in the mail informing you that you are eligible to receive proceeds from a class action settlement? Many people simply ignore these notices and never bother to claim the money that they are entitled to by law. Which begs the question: What happens to the settlement funds that… Read More »

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Federal Court Allows Predatory Lending Lawsuit Against Wells Fargo to Proceed

By Consumer Law PA |

Predatory lending refers to the use of fraudulent, deceptive, or other unfair tactics designed to trick low-income borrowers into taking out mortgages they cannot afford. Predatory lending is not just an individual problem. It creates widespread social disruption, as the higher foreclosure rates on predatory loans often lead to widespread decline in property value–and… Read More »

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