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Credit or Debit? Unauthorized Use and Consumer Liability Under Federal Consumer Protection Legislation
(Northern Illinois University Law Review, 1999-12)
Although debit cards may closely resemble credit cards in appearance, consumer liability for unauthorized use is not similar and the payment transaction initiated through use is very different. In response to the increasing ...
The Case for Expanded Illinois Insurance Producer Duties
(Northern Illinois University Law Review, 1996-05)
In his article, the author argues that current industry practices and consumer expectations justify the expansion of the duties owed by insurance producers to their clients. Specifically, he proposes that courts should ...
An Equitable Approach to Products Liability Statutes of Repose
(Northern Illinois University Law Review, 1993-11)
This comment addresses the applicability of the doctrine of equitable estoppel to products liability statutes of repose. The comment specifically focuses upon the situation where the injury caused by the defective product ...
Violent Crimes at ATMs: Analysis of the Liability of Banks and the Regulation of Protective Measures
(Northern Illinois University Law Review, 1994-07)
This comment examines the growing frequency of violent crimes at automated teller machines (ATMs). The comment analyzes the potential theories of placing liability on financial institutions and identifies the existing ...
Chapter 11 For Individual Consumer Debtors: Fresh Start or False Start?
(Northern Illinois University Law Review, 1993-05)
This commentary examines the implications for consumer debtors filing for bankruptcy relief under chapter 11. This option was made available to all consumer debtors in the Supreme Court decision of Toibb v. Radloff. The ...