There is a legal doctrine called “caveat emptor”–which is latin for “let the buyer beware.” Under this theory, it is the buyer’s obligation to reasonably
A common call I receive is that a landlord will not make repairs to the property. The tenant has asked the landlord to fix problems
This is a follow up to my article called “Getting Around an ‘As-is’ Used Car Sale.” If you haven’t read that article, you should review
Probably. The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) is designed to require “covered entities” to protect your private health information from being unnecessarily disclosed.
I recently had someone argue that a claim under the Idaho Consumer Protection Act (“ICPA”), Idaho Code 48-601 et seq., is limited to contracting parties.