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Consumer Protection Law 2019 Edition

This title is the attorney's guide to Illinois’ Consumer Fraud and Deceptive Business Practices Act and related statutes.

This handbook details everything attorneys need to know about Illinois’ Consumer Fraud and Deceptive Business Practices Act. Authors Deborah Hagan, Former Division Chief, Consumer Protection Division, Office of the Illinois Attorney General; Elizabeth Blackston, Assistant Attorney General at the Office of the Illinois Attorney General and Chief of the Consumer Fraud Bureau, Southern Region; and Paul Isaac, Former Assistant Attorney General at the Office of the Illinois Attorney General and Former Deputy Bureau Chief of the Consumer Fraud Bureau, Southern Region, share their expertise to help you determine whether your client has been the victim of an unlawful practice and has a private right of action under the Consumer Fraud Act. They also provide analyses of numerous related statutes and explain how these other statutes interact with the Consumer Fraud Act. Chapters cover unlawful practices under the Consumer Fraud Act, specific deceptive practices, exemptions and inclusions, the constitutionality of the Consumer Fraud Act and construction under federal law, industry-specific statutes, procedural issues, powers of the Attorney General, and private actions under the Consumer Fraud Act.

Authors:

Deborah Hagan, Elizabeth Blackston, and Paul Isaac

Chapter 1 — The Consumer Fraud and Deceptive Business Practices Act and Related Statutes: Background and Definitions

Chapter 2 — Unlawful Practices Under the Consumer Fraud and Deceptive Business Practices Act

Chapter 3 — Specific Deceptive Practices Described

Chapter 4 — Exemptions and Inclusions

Chapter 5 — Constitutionality of the Consumer Fraud and Deceptive Business Practices Act and Construction Under Federal Law

Chapter 6 — Industry-Specific Statutes

Chapter 7 — Procedural Issues

Chapter 8 — Powers of the Attorney General

Chapter 9 — Private Actions Under the Consumer Fraud and Deceptive Business Practices Act

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This handbook details everything attorneys need to know about Illinois’ Consumer Fraud and Deceptive Business Practices Act. Authors Deborah Hagan, Former Division Chief, Consumer Protection Division, Office of the Illinois Attorney General; Elizabeth Blackston, Assistant Attorney General at the Office of the Illinois Attorney General and Chief of the Consumer Fraud Bureau, Southern Region; and Paul Isaac, Former Assistant Attorney General at the Office of the Illinois Attorney General and Former Deputy Bureau Chief of the Consumer Fraud Bureau, Southern Region, share their expertise to help you determine whether your client has been the victim of an unlawful practice and has a private right of action under the Consumer Fraud Act. They also provide analyses of numerous related statutes and explain how these other statutes interact with the Consumer Fraud Act. Chapters cover unlawful practices under the Consumer Fraud Act, specific deceptive practices, exemptions and inclusions, the constitutionality of the Consumer Fraud Act and construction under federal law, industry-specific statutes, procedural issues, powers of the Attorney General, and private actions under the Consumer Fraud Act.

Authors:

Deborah Hagan, Elizabeth Blackston, and Paul Isaac

Chapter 1 — The Consumer Fraud and Deceptive Business Practices Act and Related Statutes: Background and Definitions

Chapter 2 — Unlawful Practices Under the Consumer Fraud and Deceptive Business Practices Act

Chapter 3 — Specific Deceptive Practices Described

Chapter 4 — Exemptions and Inclusions

Chapter 5 — Constitutionality of the Consumer Fraud and Deceptive Business Practices Act and Construction Under Federal Law

Chapter 6 — Industry-Specific Statutes

Chapter 7 — Procedural Issues

Chapter 8 — Powers of the Attorney General

Chapter 9 — Private Actions Under the Consumer Fraud and Deceptive Business Practices Act

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