A bill that passed the New Jersey Senate in July with little fanfare is coming under scrutiny for being unfair to consumers, and critics have warned that its goal is to significantly limit legal remedies for consumers suing car dealerships.

According to the Philadelphia Inquirer, the bill, which has been backed by South Jersey Democrats and legislative leaders and is ostensibly about protecting consumers in cases of vehicle recall, would – among other things – cut attorneys’ fees in consumer fraud cases against auto dealers, including those brought by the state attorney general.

Read the full article at Cantin Automotive Insider.

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