Tag:consumer protection

Election Security Bill Introduced

Senate Democrats introduced a bill this past week that takes aim at election security concerns that have been circulating the state.

FTC and DOJ Seek Input on Updating Merger Rules

The FTC and DOJ announced they are seeking public comment on how to update merger guidelines for the modern economy.

Court of Appeals Reverses $3 Million Judgment Against For-Profit College, Sends to New Judge for New Trial

The Court of Appeals on Aug. 26 reversed a $3 million judgment against a for-profit college accused of deceptive trade practices. The court concluded the consumer protection claims against the college must be retried in front of another judge to “preserve the appearance of justice.”

10th Circuit Rules Against Debt Collector for Making Unauthorized Call

The 10th Circuit Court of Appeals sided with a Colorado woman who alleged fair debt collection violations against a collection agency

Texas Fans’ Case Against Sign-Stealing Astros For Ticket Refunds Fails

A fan lawsuit seeking a refund for Houston Astros season tickets after the 2017 World Series sign-stealing scandal is out of court.

Court of Appeals Hears Consumer Protection Case Involving For-Profit College Hit with $3 Million in Fines

The state appeals court heard its first in-person oral arguments since last year – a lawsuit against a college that allegedly deceived students.

Colorado Lawmakers Propose Consumer Data Privacy Law

Colorado lawmakers on March 19 introduced a data privacy rights bill that would give consumers the right to opt out of having their personal...