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Class Action Litigation

The Massachusetts Consumer Protection Act (Chapter 93A, Section 9) prohibits a business from engaging in unfair or deceptive acts or practices. Chapter 93A litigation usually is time consuming, expensive, and
Continue Reading Responding to Consumer Demand Letters Under the Massachusetts Consumer Protection Act

The Massachusetts Consumer Protection Act (Chapter 93A) protects consumers against unfair or deceptive business practices and allows consumers, under certain circumstances, to bring class actions against businesses to stop such
Continue Reading Massachusetts Businesses Face Consumer Class Actions Alleging Improper Product Substitution

“Ascertainability” in the context of civil litigation involves the identification of individuals who qualify for membership in a putative class action. Although not an explicit requirement under Rule 23, since


Continue Reading Will Ninth Circuit Class Actions Force Resolution of Ascertainability Circuit Split?