Two Ohio consumers have filed a class action lawsuit against Home Depot U.S.A., Inc. over what is alleged to be deceptive, unfair, and illegal conduct of Home Depot’s general contractor program.
You can’t find most of your Ohio consumer rights in the law. They are only accessible in a little-known database.
This change in the law increases the potential reward for consumers, increases the risk and stakes for corporate Goliaths, and takes away one of the key weapons corporations use to avoid liability: arbitration.
In its September 8, 2016 decision, a unanimous Eighth District Court of Appeals panel handed Ohio consumers a big victory. The Court held for the first time that contractor bonds are intended to protect homeowners and consumers from harm.
There is a powerful law you could use to make a lawyer pay you when he/she attempts to collect on certain old judgments.
By Daniel Myers A contract is just a deal. You enter contracts every time you buy something, whether you buy a home, a car, construction services, or a lemon. … Continue reading