The UCL Practitioner
Monday, May 03, 2004
17200 in today's legal papers
An article in today's Daily Journal (subscription required) on California's new Online Privacy and Protection Act (Bus. & Prof. Code secs. 22575-22579, eff. 7/1/04) warns that the UCL might be used to enforce violations of that Act, since it has no private enforcement mechanism of its own.

And today's Recorder has a detailed and interesting article on the Supreme Court's Dowhal decision. Again, the article does not mention the UCL component of the case, focusing instead on the product-labeling implications. The article is called "Warning on Warnings: A Ruling on Federal Pre-emption Provides Prop 65 Relief to Companies" and is not yet available online.
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