Widely regarded as the original author of problem-based pedagogy, DouglasJ. Whaley is also recognized for his ability to clearly and conciselyexplain complex topics. This casebook is no exception, ushering studentsthrough the main issues of Consumer Law—deceptive practices, product quality,and consumer credit—with Whaley's trademark clarity and methodology.
Problems and Materials on Consumer Law, Fifth Edition, features:straightforward practice problems that highlight the issues and putconsumer law statutes and regulations into contextlucid and student-friendly writingthorough treatment of consumer law that includesconsumer creditdeceptive practicesproduct quality issuescoverage of the Federal Interstate Land Sales Full Disclosure Act thatregulates sale of vacation-home landquotes from famous cases that eloquently encapsulate specific pointsconcise and efficient format —a manageable length for teachingcomprehensive Teacher's Manualsample syllabianswers to all of the problems in the casebookguidance for teaching and presenting topicsUpdated throughout, the Fifth Edition provides:expanded coverage of consumer protection statutes and regulationsconcerning mortgage lending —particularly the subprime lending that led tothe current mortgage crisispayday lending statutes —in a state of flux across the countryupdated consumer protection statutes enacted by the new Congressnew cases and new & revised problemsIf you're planning to teach a course on Consumer Law and you want a casebookthat offers the features problems and clearly written text at a verymanageable page count, look to Douglas J. Whaley's Problems and Materialson Consumer Law, now updated and revised in its Fifth Edition.* Teacher's Manuals are a professional courtesy offered to professors only.For more information or to request a copy, please contact Aspen Publishers at800-950-5259 or email@example.com.
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