Consumer fraud refers to an act resulting in financial or other losses for consumers in the business transactions. The act where the use or employment by any person of any unfair commercial practice, deception, fraud, false promise, suppression, or omission of any material fact with an intention to sell or advertisement of any product by misleading the consumer is declared to be an unlawful practice. Consumer fraud can take place in person, by telephone or mail, or over the internet.

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Investor Defense Law LLP

The lawyers at Investor Defense Law LLP help investors recover losses by suing negligent broker-dealers and fraudulent financial advisors. We sue financial advisors throughout California, including Los Angeles, San Diego, and San Francisco. We sue wealth managers throughout Washington, including Seattle, Bellevue, and Spokane. We sue stockbrokers throughout Georgia, including Atlanta, Columbus, and Savannah.

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ISP Liability for Internet Defamation

Defamation is a serious problem on the Internet. For the same reason that the Web has become a great tool for research and mass dissemination of information, it has also become a tool for those who would seek to defame others.

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Privacy Policies: Why does your website need one?

Privacy Policies are an important part to any website. A good privacy policy, drafted by an Internet Attorney, seeks to protect against unauthorized access to the site, as well as the collection, use, and disclosure of any information of the end user. Interestingly enough, the right to privacy is nowhere in the United States Constitution.

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