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In part one of a two-part series on consumer laws, we discussed the Consumer Sales practices Act (“CSPA”) and reviewed, generally, some rules that businesses should follow to have their best shot at keeping compliant under the CSPA. However, because the CSPA is technical and nuanced and its application is somewhat complicated and very fact driven, it is typically necessary to consult with an attorney to make sure you are protected. If that option is out of reach, one way to get familiar is to seek guidance at the Ohio Attorney General’s website.
Don’t ignore consumer law and find yourself on the wrong side of a Consumer Sales Practices Act lawsuitwickadmin2021-07-21T17:44:39+00:00
Why you need to understand the Consumer Sales Practices Act (“CSPA”) The CSPA is a series of laws that set forth many requirements that suppliers must follow in most commercial transactions.
In Part I of Litigation – what you can expect, we discussed the first two phases of litigation, which are pleadings and discovery. The next two phases of litigation are dispositive motions and preparation for trial prep / trial.
Whether it is you bringing the lawsuit or whether you are the one being sued and finding yourself defending allegations in court, there are certain things you should understand and expect.