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DC CPPA:  Complaint based on bank’s undisclosed use of overseas call centers is dismissed

By David B. Stratton In Floyd v. Bank of America Corporation, No. 12-CV-591 (D.C. July 11, 2013), the D.C. Court of Appeals affirmed the dismissal of a complaint under the District of Columbia Consumer Protection Procedures Act (the “CPPA”), addressing the issues of standing and failure to state a claim up…

District of Columbia Court of Appeals Confirms the Need for Plaintiffs to have Traditional Standing

The District of Columbia’s Consumer Protection Procedures Act (“CPPA”), primarily codified at D.C. Code sec. 28-3904 and sec. 28-3905, provides for sweeping protection against any trade practice deemed “unlawful” in the District of Columbia. The CPPA provides a wide variety of remedies, includ…