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Consumer Law:  

Federal and State Agencies

Federal laws and regulations for consumer protection are administered by different agencies. Each agency's website lists the federal laws and/or regulations the agency administers:


There are also South Carolina state agencies that administer state laws for consumer protection, and these agencies list the relevant areas on their websites:  

The SC Bar provides information on how to file a grievance against a lawyer.

South Carolina Legal Services information

South Carolina Legal Services has compiled information on the following consumer issues at

Online Classrooms

Books on Consumer Law

South Carolina Consumer Law

Elements of Civil Causes of Action explains what is needed to prove certain types of consumer cases in South Carolina courts, including Breach of Contract; Breach of Contract Accompanied by Fraudulent Act; Breach of Fiduciary Duty; Consumer Protection Code Violations; Fraud and Misrepresentation; Insurance Bad Faith; Legal Malpractice; Products Liability; and Unfair Trade Practices Act Violations.

Consumer Law Generally

Specific Topics within Consumer Law