Judge Sotomayor’s record in consumer interest cases

July 13, 2009 by Todd Murray · Leave a Comment 

On the first day of the Sotomayor confirmation hearings, it seems appropriate to post this report on Judge Sotomayor’s record in consumer interest cases. The report contains discussion of Sotomayor’s rulings on debt collection, consumer arbitration, and unfair and deceptive trade practices, among other issues. Also, click here for a list of Judge Sotomayor’s consumer protection rulings.

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About Todd Murray
I'm a consumer rights lawyer in Minneapolis, Minnesota. I sue debt collectors that harass and abuse people, defend debt collection lawsuits, and sue repossession companies that wrongfully repossess cars and trucks.

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