Analysis and Briefs Responding to Supreme Court’s Spokeo Ruling
Hundreds of federal cases seeking statutory damages now must respond to standing arguments being raised in light of the Supreme Court’s May 16 Spokeo decision. This article contains links (for subscribers and even non-subscribers) to statute-specific Spokeo analyses and Spokeo-related briefs
FTC Bans Telechecks, Other Abusive Payments in Telephone Sales
As described in this article, effective June 13, the FTC has banned the use of telechecks, other remotely created orders, “cash-to-cash money transfers,” and “cash reload mechanisms” when goods or services are sold to consumers using the telephone.
Four Very Recent FDCPA Decisions from the Circuit Courts
Fair Debt Collection Practice Act litigation is one of the most active types of consumer litigation in the federal courts. This article summarizes four FDCPA circuit court decisions, from this May and June.
New Rules Limit Fees and Use of Campus Prepaid Cards, Effective July 1
A new Department of Education rule, effective July 1, limits fees for campus prepaid cards used to dispense financial aid credit, preventing schools from profiting from students’ access to their financial aid benefits, as described in this article.
Exciting New Features Added to NCLC’s Digital Library
New features have just been added to our online treatises—the option to view search results ordered by section number (instead of by relevance) and flags to help you pinpoint just updated sections and significant law changes. This article contains tips on using these new features.
Welcome to the NCLC Digital Library
The complete text of all NCLC treatises is now available updated and online. This site now integrates everything you need: chapters, appendices, supplemental pleadings, primary sources, practice tools, search, a bookstore, and more. Subscribe to individual titles or the complete 20 treatise set.
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