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Introduction

Consumer law covers a wide swath of law that affects consumers, from finance and trade to consumer protection and product safety, to unfair business practices and debt collection, and much more. This research guide is intended as a starting point for researching American consumer law and is aimed primarily at assisting University of Iowa College of Law patrons. It specifically excludes non-consumer debtor/creditor and bankruptcy law.

 

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