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John R. Beinhaur (2.9 miles)
Business Organization, Consumer Protection, Contract, Estate Planning, Landlord-Tenant
3964 Lexington Street,
Harrisburg, PA 17109, Dauphin County
Brian P. Downey, Partner (1.2 miles)
Consumer Rights, Federal Appellate Practice, Class Action, Litigation, Construction
100 Market St, Ste 200
Harrisburg, PA 17101, Dauphin County
Cory Scott Winter (1.2 miles)
Consumer Rights, Construction, Education, Litigation
2 N Second St, Fl 7
Harrisburg, PA 17101, Dauphin County
Marc Warren Witzig (1.6 miles)
Reorganization, Commercial Real Estate, Business & Trade, Antitrust, Consumer Protection
2320 N 2Nd St,
Harrisburg, PA 17110, Dauphin County
Jerome Conlan Finefrock (33.8 miles)
Antitrust, Complex Litigation, Consumer Protection, Federal
Lancaster, PA 17608, Lancaster County
Matthew Knowles Killoran (36.4 miles)
Consumer Bankruptcy, Mediation, Consumer Rights
27 S Main St, Unit B
Shrewsbury, PA 17361, York County
Carolyn Lee Carter, Attorney At Law (35.8 miles)
Consumer Rights
165 Hanover Street,
Gettysburg, PA 17325, Adams County
Jared Samuel Childers (51.2 miles)
Elder Law, Consumer Protection
2005 E Main St,
Waynesboro, PA 17268, Franklin County

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Sample PA Consumer Protection Cases

... 6 On January 20, 2005, Ross filed a complaint against Foremost and Sentry alleging negligence and violation of the Unfair Trade Practices and Consumer Protection law ("UTPCPL"), [1] which was later amended on March 15, 2005. Pleadings and discovery were exchanged. ...

... Pa.CS §§ 2161-70, informally known as "Act 120." Plaintiffs' first amended complaint alleges breach of contract and breach of warranty, and that the College engaged in various unfair or deceptive acts as defined in the Unfair Trade Practices and Consumer Protection Law (CPL ...

... Id. ¶ 9 In Monumental Properties the specific question was "whether the Consumer Protection Law requires a landlord to notify 269 a tenant in a lease of the tenant's statutory rights, because allegedly the absence of this notification is misleading or confusing to the tenant as [a ...

... In this interlocutory appeal by permission, we consider the extent to which a community college, a local agency, may be liable under the Unfair Trade Practices and Consumer Protection Law (CPL) [1] for statutory damages, including possible treble damages. ...

... In the complaints, Appellants advanced contract and warranty theories, as well as claims under the Unfair Trade Practices and Consumer Protection Law. [1]. Following the close of pleadings and discovery, the College sought partial summary judgment on the UTPCPL claims. ...

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