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Massachusetts Businesses Face Consumer Class Actions Alleging Improper Product Substitution

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 practices and seek damages. Generally, unless a business responds to a presuit demand letter with a reasonable settlement tender, violation of Chapter 93A requires payment of … Continue Reading

Massachusetts Consumer Pricing Advertising Law

Our Greenberg Traurig colleagues, David G. Thomas, James P. Ponsetto and Michael E. Pastore prepared a GT Client Advisory discussing Massachusetts’ laws governing price comparison advertising, as set forth in 940 C.M.R. § 6.05. The authors explain price comparison advertising and other pricing practices that may be unfair or deceptive advertising. To view the GT Client Advisory on www.gtlaw.com, please click here. … Continue Reading
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