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Practice Area: Consumers' Rights

“Tribal Immunity” May No Longer Be a Get-Out-of-Jail Free Card for Payday Lenders

Public Justice is pleased to announce the publication of a comprehensive, first-of-its kind report that explores both the public face of tribal lending and the behind-the-scenes arrangements. It’s our hope that this report will be a helpful tool for lawmakers, policymakers, consumer advocates, journalists, researchers, and state, federal, and tribal officials interested in finding solutions to the economic injustices that result from predatory lending.

Public Justice Strongly Opposes Harmful Corporate Proposals to Gut Rule 30(b)(6)

Public Justice has just filed comments with the Federal Rules Committee strongly opposing the proposed changes to Rule 30(b)(6), one of the most powerful and important tools for finding out the truth and pinning down corporations. Our comments reflect the serious damage these changes would inflict on consumers, workers and the legal advocates who are their voice and champions. We’re committed to ensuring our Members and their clients have a voice in this process, and our team is working to ensure these proposed changes never become law.