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Consumer Protection and Corporate Misconduct

Consumer protection laws exist to promote fair competition and truthful information about products and services from businesses and corporations in the marketplace. They are a form of government regulation to prohibit corporate misconduct and to protect the rights of consumers. As an example, businesses are required to provide detailed information about products to consumers, as in product warnings, instructions, and labels listing ingredients as part of safety and public health considerations. Consumer protection laws cover product liability, defective products, fraud, misrepresentation, and other areas of consumer/business relations.

If you or someone you know has been the victim of any form of corporate misconduct involving a product or service, please contact our New Jersey consumer protection lawyers as soon as possible. We have nearly 20 years of legal experience representing victims of accidents, injuries, or other damaging incidents stemming from any circumstances in which negligence or misconduct was the cause. We provide aggressive and dedicated legal service to such victims and their families in an effort to recover the financial compensation to which they may be entitled for damages connected with corporate misconduct.

Claims against Corporate Misconduct

Consumer protection laws exist at both the state and federal levels. The U.S. Department of Justice and the Fair Trade Commission are two federal agencies which enforce these laws. The Office of Consumer Protection for the State of New Jersey also enforces state consumer fraud laws. Such laws govern debt collection, credit reporting, lemon law, banking, insurance, real estate, any type of fraud conducted by a business or corporation, and more.

Regardless of the circumstances surrounding your consumer protection case, it is in your best interests to consult a a skilled New Jersey consumer protection lawyer to gain the specific guidance and counsel you need to address the particulars of your situation. Call Williams Cedar today at 856-470-9777 or contact us online.

WILLIAMS CEDAR PHYSICAL LOCATIONS: NOTICE TO OUR CLIENTS, COLLEAGUES AND VENDORS: CORONAVIRUS RESPONSE

WILLIAMS CEDAR PHYSICAL LOCATIONS: NOTICE TO OUR CLIENTS, COLLEAGUES AND VENDORS: CORONAVIRUS RESPONSE

In order to protect the health and safety of our staff and clients, and in compliance with directives from the governors of New Jersey and Pennsylvania and the City of Philadelphia, our physical offices in Philadelphia and Haddonfield will be closed for an indeterminate time, in an effort to help halt the spread of the corona virus.

Please be assured that, during our physical absence, our team will remain working remotely (at home) and “virtually” on behalf of our clients, and will keep them informed of any developments in their cases. We will return phone calls as quickly as possible. Clients, co-counsel, referral counsel and opposing counsel can also communicate with our attorneys through email:

Samuel Abloeser : sabloeser@williamscedar.com | David Cedar : dcedar@williamscedar.com
Beth Cole : bcole@williamscedar.com | Diane Fenner : dfenner@williamscedar.com
Shauna Friedman : sfriedman@williamscedar.com | Kevin Haverty : khaverty@williamscedar.com
Chris Markos : cmarkos@williamscedar.com | Alan Sklarsky : asklarsky@williamscedar.com
Jerry Williams : gwilliams@williamscedar.com

We will notify you when we are able to return to our physical offices. In the meantime, feel free to contact us. We remain on the job! We wish you the best of Health as we weather this crisis together.

THE LAWYERS AND STAFF OF WILLIAMS CEDAR