Seyfarth’s Consumer Class Defense Blog is a unique resource for executives and corporate in-house counsel to obtain timely developments, trends and game-changing decisions in the area of consumer class action law. The blog addresses changes in the law regarding procedural issues, such as arbitration, class action waivers and certification, as well as legal developments in the area of consumer fraud, statutory damages and consumer financial litigation.
Our team of consumer class action bloggers have extensive experience defending clients involved in complex, multi-jurisdictional cases, particularly those that deal with consumer fraud. Our experience ranges from compliance with state and federal laws and regulations such as TILA, TISA, HOEPA, RESPA, FCRA, ECOA, FDCPA, EFTA and TCPA; unfair and deceptive acts and practices claims; challenges to contract terms; redlining and other discrimination issues; force-placed and other insurance issues; and privacy and data security matters. Our consumer class action attorneys have experience in myriad of industries, including the banking, pharmaceutical, consulting, transportation, manufacturing, advertising, real estate, employment, medical equipment, computer, and automotive industries.