The concept of consumer rights and remedies has developed into a unique area of legal endeavor and inquiry, encompassing issues and concepts that are distinct from those in bankruptcy and debtor-creditor relations. A growing number of attorneys now specialize in consumer law cases, and many other attorneys are realizing that consumer law issues can become relevant in a wide variety of practices.
The Oregon State Bar published Consumer Law in Oregon as a print publication in 2013. This handbook has continued to be a reference source for many attorneys confronted with consumer law issues. This handbook does not attempt to provide an in-depth analysis of all of the applicable consumer statutes and regulations. Rather, the goal is to provide enough information so that the reader can achieve a general understanding of any particular statute and determine if further research is warranted.
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