Super Lawyers consumer-law Articles

Disputing a Furnisher in a Credit Information Suit

California consumers should know the laws and obligations that protect them

Seeking Damages for Background Check or Credit Reporting Errors

A Florida attorney can help you secure punitive awards against consumer reporting agencies

What Can You Get for an Inaccurate Credit Report Lawsuit?

The damages Washington consumers can expect for violations of the Fair Credit Reporting Act

Is Your Vehicle a Lemon or Not Lived Up to its Warranty?

Illinois car owners should know the vehicle maker informal dispute resolution process

What If You Find Mistakes in Your Credit Report?

Get to know the laws consumer reporting agencies must follow

Make Sure Your Employer Follows the Law for Background Checks

What employees in New Jersey need to know about their records

What to Do If You Find Errors in a Credit Report

More than one in five Texans have them, but here’s where to seek help

How to Prove Your Car is a Lemon

Indiana vehicle owners must meet strict requirements or risk losing out on relief

Frustrated with a Vehicle Purchase?

Many Illinois automobile owners aren’t aware they may qualify for relief

How to Deal With Stolen Mail Packages

Legal tips to fight back against Minnesota porch pirates

Smart Speakers and the Violation of Our Civil Rights

Privacy rights in the age of automation and convenience

Gym Waivers and the Law

Who wins in the pound-for-pound legal battle with our favorite New Year’s resolution?

Your Options to Catch Up on Student Loan Delinquency

Specialized legal help can cut through the confusion

Resolving Student Loan Debt in Minnesota

Having a lawyer can help you through the morass

Stand Up to Debt Collectors’ Harassing Calls

Consumer protection law pays you to pursue your rights

Making Lemonade from a Car Purchase Gone Wrong

Massachusetts’ Lemon Law protects new and used car buyers

How Mandatory Arbitration Clauses Impact Consumer Rights

The implications of the fine print and latest rule changes for Oregonians

When is a Collector of Debt Not a ‘Debt Collector’?

U.S. Supreme Court rules that purchasers of bad debts are not subject to FDCPA

Anything You Post Can and Will be Used Against You

The legal dos and don’ts of social media

Fighting Off Debt Collection Abuse

Five tips for Ohioans dealing with collectors

What the Lawsuit Means for Daily Fantasy

Will New York courts rule it's unsportsmanlike conduct?

Driving a Hard Bargain

Fighting fraud and deception at car dealerships in Florida

Your Rights at 10,000 Feet

What an airline legally can and can’t do when it overbooks

What Can You Do to Protect Your Data from ISPs?

Internet service providers can sell your personal information, so shield yourself  

Is Privacy Dead?

Or how we learned to stop worrying and love big data

Hacking and the Fear Beyond Data Theft

Issues for New York's individuals and companies and getting ahead of the problem

How to Make Payday Loans Work for you Instead of Against You

Avoiding problems with payday loans in Illinois

Collecting the Evidence

What to do if you’re a victim of identity theft in Minnesota

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