N.J. considers a consumer bill that only car dealers love

October 9, 2018

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By Staff

A bill that quietly passed the New Jersey Senate in July would drastically curtail legal remedies for consumers suing car dealers.

The bill, backed by South Jersey Democrats and legislative leaders, would slash attorneys’ fees in consumer fraud cases against auto retailers, including those brought by the state attorney general. It would also make it harder for consumers to win triple damages.

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