Settlement Agreement Reached In Missouri Consumer Fraud Case

August 25th, 2015 | Consumer fraud

Businesses in Missouri are required by law to truthfully represent the function and safety of their products. However, sometimes companies fail to meet these standards. A case of Missouri consumer fraud was recently settled when a company that sells timeshares in Branson, Missouri, agreed to pay restitution to more than a dozen customers who entered… Read More

$500 Million in Damages Sought Through Class Action Consumer Fraud Case

November 4th, 2014 | Consumer fraud

The companies who manufacture the products we use on a daily basis are obligated to ensure the safety and proper function of those items. Furthermore, they cannot make misleading or deceptive claims about their products when advertising. Any failure to adhere to these standards can result in a class action consumer fraud case. Such claims… Read More

Missouri Supreme Court Overturns Compensation Limit on Consumer Fraud Case

September 30th, 2014 | Consumer fraud

Businesses have a legal and ethical responsibility to ensure the products and services they provide meet expectations of safety and function. Failure to do so can result in civil litigation being filed against the company, which could prove costly considering a decision that was reached by the state Supreme Court recently. In 2005, the state… Read More