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Widely regarded as the original author of problem-based pedagogy, Douglas J. Whaley is also recognized for his ability to clearly and concisely explain complex topics. This casebook is no exception, ushering students through the main issues of Consumer Law—deceptive practices, product quality, and consumer credit—with Whaley's trademark clarity and methodology.
Problems and Materials on Consumer Law, Fifth Edition, features:
Updated throughout, the Fifth Edition provides:
If you're planning to teach a course on Consumer Law and you want a casebook that offers the features problems and clearly written text at a very manageable page count, look to Douglas J. Whaley's Problems and Materials on Consumer Law, now updated and revised in its Fifth Edition.
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Part I: Fraud and Deceptive Practices
Chapter 1. Fraud
Chapter 2. Deceptive Practices
Part II: Product Quality and the Consumer
Chapter 3. Product Quality Generally
Chapter 4. Federal Quality Control Statutes
Part III: Credit
Chapter 5. Payment and Consumers
Chapter 6. Qualifying for Credit
Chapter 7. Truth in Lending: Disclosure
Chapter 8. Truth in Lending: Remedies
Chapter 9. Consumer Leasing
Chapter 10. Retail Installment Sales and Loans
Chapter 11. Debt Collection
Chapter 12. Consumers in Cyberspace
Table of Cases
Table of Statutes and Regulations