Consumer Protection Developments: New Challenges and Unanswered Questions

July 10, 2017

In the last decade, sweeping technological innovation has transformed how we work, how we socialize, how we make purchases, and even how we eat. Not surprisingly, seeds of change are often sowed by actions that create new challenges and unanswered questions. How has consumer protection law evolved and adapted to these ever-increasing technological disruptions that now characterize our modern economy? What new regulatory and statutory frameworks have emerged to protect consumers in this era? This issue of ANTITRUST features articles that examine these questions from diverse perspectives to provide government and private lawyers with practical insight on how to deal with future challenges in consumer protection law and enforcement.

Antitrust, Vol. 31, No. 3, Summer 2017. © 2017 by the American Bar Association. Reproduced with permission.


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Kellie Lerner


Co-Chair, Antitrust and Trade Regulation Group;
Pronouns: she/her

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