Standing

The U.S. Supreme Court has increasingly imposed standing requirements that impede consumers’ ability to enforce consumer protection laws in federal court, even when Congress has clearly given them the right to do so. NCLC opposes narrow views of standing and works to help consumers overcome these barriers.

Bringing Federal Consumer Claims in State Court: A 50-State Analysis of Standing Rules

March 27, 2022

This article explains why state courts are not bound by Ramirez and should not import its holdings into their own standing doctrines.

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Consumer Class Actions

A how-to manual for handling every aspect of a class action, even for small law offices, written by experienced consumer class action litigators.

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