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Tag Archives: consumer protection

MB MAPLE LAWN LLC ET AL. v. STATE, OAG CONSUMER PROTECTION DIV.

Maple Lawn and Oak Creek appeal from an order enforcing administrative subpoenas issued by the AG's Consumer Protection Division. This Court has twice remanded the case. Now, the sole remaining issue is the third Banach factor – were the Division's requests indefinite or overbroad?

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Maryland to get $75M, plus consumer relief, under BofA settlement

Maryland’s share of the $17 billion Bank of America settlement includes $75 million in compensation for state and local governments and their pension plans — and that’s not counting the bank’s agreement to provide consumer relief via such things as mortgage forgiveness, community reinvestment and affordable rental housing.

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Appeals court upholds airline ticket-pricing rules

WASHINGTON — The government can require airlines to show consumers a total ticket price that includes taxes and fees in print and online ads, the U.S. Court of Appeals said Tuesday, rejecting an industry challenge to a series of consumer ...

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Law digest: 7/9/12

Administrative Law, Driver’s license suspension: In overturning a driver’s license suspension based on driving while intoxicated, the circuit court improperly ruled that the officer had to indicate, on the Motor Vehicle Administration form, the reasonable grounds for the underlying stop ...

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