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Guide to Online Secondary Sources: Consumer Protection Law (including Debtor-Creditor Law)

Guide to Secondary Legal Resources on Lexis and Westlaw

Consumer Protection Law (including Debtor-Creditor Law) (see also --Antitrust and Trade Regulation; --Banking and Finance Law; --Real Estate / Property Law)

 

Title Author(s) or Editor(s) Publisher

Coverage

U.S. - State and Federal

Consumer Law: Sales Practices and Credit Regulation (Westlaw)

Howard J. Alperin and Roland F. Chase

Thomson Reuters

U.S. federal and state and U.C.C. Article 2

Consumer Protection and the Law (Westlaw)

Dee Pridgen

Thomson Reuters

Consumer Credit & the Law (Westlaw)

Dee Pridgen Thomson Reuters
Mortgage & Consumer Loan & Lease Disclosure Handbook (Westlaw) Kenneth F. Hall Thomson Reuters
Practice Guide to Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Regulations (Westlaw) Keith J. Barnett, Troy Jenkins, and Nicholas Ramos Thomson Reuters
RESPA, TILA, HOEPA, and ECOA In Real Estate Transactions - With Forms (Westlaw) Carol V. Clark West
Internet Marketing and Consumer Protection (Westlaw) Andrew Serwin Thomson Reuters U.S. federal, California, and New York
The Law of Advertising (Lexis) James B. Astrachan Matthew Bender & Co. U.S. federal and state
The Law of Advertising, Marketing and Promotions (Lexis) David H. Bernstein and Bruce P. Keller Law Journal Press Mostly federal
Law of Debtors & Creditors (Westlaw)

William Houston Brown and Lawrence R. Ahern III

Thomson Reuters

U.S. federal and state and U.C.C. Article 9

Covers consumer credit laws and debt collection both in and out of bankruptcy

Norton Creditors' Rights Handbook (Westlaw) William L. Norton III and Roger G. Jones Thomson Reuters U.S. federal (Chapter 5 focuses on consumer credit protections)
Foreign/International
Getting the Deal Through: Product Recall (Lexis) Law Business Research Ltd. 8 foreign countries (Australia, Denmark, France, Greece, Ireland, Japan, Mexico, and South Africa)