Unfair and Deceptive Trade Practices

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All states have consumer protection laws that are devised to prohibit a wide variety of deceptive and unlawful business practices. These laws allow consumers protection against predatory and dishonest business practices. The District of Columbia’s Consumer Protection Procedures Act (CPPA) is a comprehensive statute, covering many types of violations. Consumer fraud can take many different faces; including false advertising, misrepresentation of features, misrepresentation of qualifications, warranty breeches, and any other ploys meant to mislead the consumer.

Please contact us for a free consultation if you believe you have been a victim of any of these schemes.

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