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The Ultimate Guide to False-Advertising Law in New York: 22 FAQs
The Ultimate Guide to False-Advertising Law in New York: 22 FAQs

1) What are the elements of false advertising under New York law? In order for a private plaintiff to state a claim under GBL § 350, she “must allege that a defendant has engaged in consumer-oriented conduct; that is materially misleading; and that plaintiff suffered injury ...

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  • The Ultimate Guide to False-Advertising Law in New York: 22 FAQs

    1) What are the elements of false advertising under New York law? In order for a private plaintiff to state a claim under GBL § 350, she “must allege that a defendant has engaged in consumer-oriented ...

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  • Is Humane-Washing of Meat and Poultry Considered False Advertising?

    What is Humane-Washing? Humane-washing is the practice of making misleading claims about the treatment of farmed animals. Claims may include the conditions in which animals are born, raised, or ...

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  • 5 Surprising Trends of Covid-19’s Impact on Consumer Credit and Debt Collection

    Pre-Pandemic 1) Before the pandemic, debt-collection-industry revenue has trended downward. Debt-collection-industry revenue has declined in recent years, decreasing from an estimated $13.5 billion in ...

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  • 21 FAQ's about "Account Stated"| A Legal Guide in Debt Collection Law

    1) Account Stated is a “cause of action.” What is a cause of action? A cause of action has two definitions: noun. A condition under which one party would be entitled to sue another. noun. A set of ...

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  • 15 FAQ’s about Statute of Limitations, Debt Collection, and Credit Reporting

    1) What is the statute of limitations? It’s the time period in which a plaintiff has the legal right to sue. It starts from the date of your missed minimum payment. If a collector sues within that ...

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  • Prioritize Consumer Debts Based on Risk. A Comprehensive Legal Guide

    Debts of Highest Priority Court Judgments : A judgment is a court order in favor of the creditor. Now as a “judgment creditor,” it can garnish your wages, freeze your bank accounts, and foreclose on ...

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