Many employers require potential employees to undergo a background check. Background checks include information such as credit history, criminal history
A recently filed class action lawsuit alleges that the producer of Nuun electrolyte-enhanced drink tablets used deceptive practices in its
The cost to attend college has skyrocketed, and Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. (“Wells Fargo” or the “Bank”) intended to profit
Last June, a couple filed a claim against Wells Fargo, alleging that the bank reported false information on their credit
Due to concerns that applicants were being unfairly denied employment opportunities due to inaccurate consumer reports, Congress amended the Fair
As part of an ongoing federal, state, and local initiative known as Operation Collection Protection, which is aimed at exposing
Rising income inequality and the recent recession have taken a toll on consumers’ credit scores as well as their pocketbooks.
As an individual and a consumer, you have many options under the law to seek compensation for harm experienced as
In December, 2015, the U.S. Supreme Court issued another in a string of decisions favoring mandatory arbitration agreements in consumer
In November, 2015, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf announced the launch of his administration’s new Consumer Financial Protection Initiative. Governor Wolf
What Does Pennsylvania’s Home Improvement Consumer Protection Act Say About Home Improvement Contracts?
Many of us know someone with a nightmare home improvement story: contractors who fail to show up or fail to
According to a Federal Trade Commission (FTC) press release, the prominent mobile service provider Sprint has agreed to pay $2.95
Pennsylvania’s Unfair Trade Practices and Consumer Protection Law (UTPCPL) has been around since 1968, prohibiting businesses from engaging in unfair