Consumer Law Overview, Massachusetts Statute, Consumer Protection websites of selected attorneys general | gnh2104 | August 22, 2011

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Consumer Law Overview, Massachusetts Statute, Consumer Protection websites of selected attorneys general

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UDAP laws are similar from state to state. These statutes deliberately vague in order to allow them to encompass a huge swath of economic activity. Coupled with high penalties, these statutes place authority and leverage into the hands of every attorney general. All attorneys general enforce these statutes by combining litigation with education, mediation and the “bully pulpit.” The similarity of these laws has made it easy for attorneys general to work on consumer issue across state lines. EDIT PLAYLIST INFORMATION DELETE PLAYLIST

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