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A Trial Lawyer's Guide to the Washington Consumer Protection Act The Act from Every Angle

Publication Year: August 24, 2010   Publication Type: Coursebook

Table of Contents:

 Co-Chairs and Faculty
 Summary of Contents
 Program Schedule
 Faculty Biographies
 Chapter One- Overview and Current Developments in the Attorney General's Office
 Chapter Two- Reserve Pages
 Chapter Three- FTC Directions under the Current Administration
 Chapter Four- Class Action Perspective
 Chapter Five- Consumer Protection Act Claims and the Insurance Fair Conduct Act
 Chapter Six- The Reasonable Business Defense under Rcw 19.86.920
 Chapter Seven- Professional Liability and the Consumer Protection Act
 Chapter Eight- Defending Against Efforts to Expand the Scope of the Act- Mosquera- Lacy
 Chapter Nine- Class Actions and Ethical Considerations
 Chapter Ten- Schnall and Causation- Defense Perspective