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Article by: Wilfred Coronato / McCarter & English

The year was 1981. “The People’s Court,” “Hill Street Blues” and “Dynasty” all premiered on network television. The price of a first-class stamp rose from 15 to 18 cents. New York City’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority introduced a spiffy brass token with a “Y” cutout in it to cover the 75-cent ride. And New Jersey enacted a statute – the Truth-In-Consumer Contract, Warranty & Notice Act (TCCWNA) – designed to prohibit deceptive terms in consumer contracts, warranties, notices and signs.Continue Reading Litigation at Your Terms of Service: More than 20 lawsuits filed last year claimed that corporate websites violated New Jersey’s consumer protection laws