Tag Archives: Consumers

Treasury Committee inquiry into consumers’ access to financial services

On 9 November 2018, the Treasury Committee (the Committee) announced the launch of a new inquiry (the Inquiry) into consumers’ access to financial services. The Committee will scrutinize whether certain groups of consumers are excluded from obtaining a basic level … Continue reading

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Congress Approves Bills to Bar Restrictions on Pharmacies Sharing Certain Drug Pricing Information with Consumers

The House of Representatives approved two “gag clause” bills on September 25, 2018 that would prevent insurers from restricting pharmacies from informing consumers about lower cost, out-of-pocket prices for their prescriptions.  The bills were approved by the Senate earlier this … Continue reading

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Winning Over High-Income Consumers

If you're an accomplished attorney who has been named to a Super Lawyers or Rising Stars list, you know the attention to detail, the research, the legal scrutiny it takes to become a top lawyer. Legal consumers, especially high-income consumers, … Continue reading

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New Law Allows Consumers Concerned about Identity Theft to Place Free Credit Freezes and Fraud Alerts

The Federal Trade Commission has announced that, beginning today, consumers concerned about identity theft or data breaches can place credit freezes and one year fraud alerts with the three nationwide credit bureaus for free. The new Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief … Continue reading

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What Consumers Should Know About Commercial DNA Testing

WSJ (paywall) – For starters, find out what happens to the sample you submit – “Less costly genetic testing has let millions of people unlock the information in their DNA. Yet there’s a lot about these tests they don’t know—but should…” … Continue reading

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