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Loyola Consumer Law Review, Volume 26

The articles for Volume 26, Issue 3 are below. In addition to the articles, each issue contains a Consumer News section.

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The Practical Impacts of Requirements Imposed on Condominium Developers After the Mortgage Crisis: A Case Study of Double AA International Investment Group, Inc. v. Swire Pacific Holdings and How Escrow Requirements Shaped Future Financing of New Condominium Construction
by Joshua A. Berman & Jordan P. Sarason

Crimes and Medical Care On Board Cruise Ships: Do The Statistics Fit the Crimes?
by Leticia M. Diaz, Barry Hart Dubner & Nicole McKee

Dodd-Frank 2.0: Creating Interactive Home-Loan Disclosures to Enable Shrewd Consumer Decision-Making
by Debra Pogrund Stark, Jessica M. Choplin, Mark LeBoeuf & Andrew Pizor

Student Articles

The Changing Face of Health Reimbursement Arrangements: Affordable Care Act Implications for HRAs
by Richard Ryan Bennett

Consumer News

Consumer Protection Initiatives Across the Globe
by Shirley Chen


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