Chapter 93A Rights and Remedies is a practical authority on the law, procedure, and litigation strategies for pursuing and opposing claims of unfair and deceptive trade practices in Massachusetts. This manual guides the practitioner through each aspect of Chapter 93A litigation, from recognizing unfair or deceptive practices at the client intake meeting through preserving issues for appeal. The manual reviews the bases for Chapter 93A claims, familiarizes the user with the role of the Attorney General's Office, and explains which private remedies are available, including punitive and compensatory damages, equitable relief, and attorney fees and costs. The book's exhibits include sample letters, discovery documents, and detailed case digests, with a total of over 300 descriptions of cases involving insurance companies and product liability claims.
Thank you for updating your library with the 2020 edition of Chapter 93A Rights and Remedies. This new edition brings updated resources within your immediate reach—for fast, accurate, and practical answers to your questions in this highly challenging area of practice.
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We trust you will find this latest version of Chapter 93A Rights and Remedies an invaluable resource for your busy practice.
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