Seeking a Single Policy for Contractual Fairness to Consumers: A Comparison of U.S. and E.U. Efforts
Journal of Consumer Affairs
The United States and the European Union both have made substantial progress toward harmonizing contractual unfairness law for consumers within their borders. To a large degree, the policies of these two largest consumer markets in the world are similar, but consumers should beware that some significant differences remain. Furthermore, differences in interpretation among member states could lead to differences within the E.U.
Consumer Protection Law | Contracts
Petty, Ross D., and Jennifer Hamilton. 2004. "Seeking a Single Policy for Contractual Fairness to Consumers: A Comparison of U.S. and E.U. Efforts." Journal of Consumer Affairs 38, no. 1: 146-166.
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