Although recent efforts in consumer protection have centered upon additional legislative assistance, several direct extrajudicial and non-official forms of self-help can be successfully employed by a dissatisfied consumer. This comment explores the legal limits on such forms of action conducted either by an individual consumer or by an organized group, with a view toward providing a standard which will enable protestors to remain within the law yet be effective in their actions.
Extrajudicial Consumer Pressure: An Effective Impediment to Unethical Business Practices,
1969 Duke Law Journal
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