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February 2017 Archives

When it comes to identity theft are chip cards any safer?

Chip cards, also known as EMV cards or smart cards, are the latest in the industry trend to fight identity theft. After a series of security breaches and data hacks, credit card companies began sending out cards with chips in them to prevent identity theft. Chip cards are now the norm and millions of retailers are rapidly working to get up to speed on chip technology. But how do chip cards work and do they make consumers any safer?

Do auto companies cover up defects and put people at risk?

It's one thing to make a defective product, one that inherently puts people at risk due to a poor design or poor manufacturing. It's quite another to then try to cover up these defects so that sales aren't impacted -- and to avoid an expensive re-design -- which increases the risk to consumers.

Work with experienced attorney to address consumer protection issues in asset forfeiture cases

With Donald Trump's ascension to power in the White House, there has been and will continue to be a great deal of policy debate in the wake of the regime change. Many, of course, are uncomfortable with the direction Trump plans to take the country, and haven't been shy about voicing opposition.

The Internet makes marketing fraud easier

Some have said that few types of fraud are as old as marketing fraud. When a product is misrepresented to get sales, it can often constitute fraud. For example, selling sugar pills and claiming they're 100 percent guaranteed to cure a cold or warts or a fever is fraud, but this type of thing has happened forever.

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