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In an aggressively regulated environment you need legal counsel that not only knows the law, but has helped shape and enforce it. Led by former consumer protection regulators, our team has the experience and perspective to move your business forward.

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Counsel from a Team that Knows Consumer Protection Regulation–Inside and Out

We’ve worked deep in the trenches on both sides of regulatory compliance. Our unique background and approach sets us apart from every other firm in the country.

  • Led by a former Ohio Attorney General and three Consumer Protection Section Chiefs
  • Proactive risk management from a regulator’s perspective
  • Aggressive representation and defense from seasoned counsel
  • Clear, actionable advice and innovative solutions that won’t hold your business back
  • Respected thought leadership and industry recognition
  • Unwavering commitment to your goals and your success

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The Industry Experience and Presence You Need to Protect Your Business

We are at the forefront of the policy issues that impact your business most.

Serving as trusted general counsel to leading industry associations and advocating for our clients at the state and federal levels, our attorneys bring a respected voice to heavily regulated industries. Whether you are a startup or a Fortune 100 company, we understand your industry’s regulatory environment and your company’s unique business and legal challenges.

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"As General Counsel to PACE, Mac Murray & Shuster has proven to be an invaluable partner, providing insightful guidance, detailed analysis, and effective counsel to our organization. Our member companies praise their ability to help them achieve the difficult balance of proactive compliance and business growth."

Chris Haerich
Senior Vice President, PACE

Compliance Now | Feb 18, 2019

Attorneys General Urge FTC to Retain and Modernize Identity Theft Rules

On February 11, 2019, a coalition of 31 state attorneys general sent a letter to the FTC urging the Commission to retain its “Identity Theft Rules,” also referred to as the “Red Flag Rules.” Led by Oregon AG Ellen Rosenblum, the letter further requests the FTC update the Rules in light of technological advancements and [...]

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Medical Marijuana Law & Policy | Feb 13, 2019

Consumer Protection in the Marijuana Space: Keeping Advertising & Marketing Compliant

The last decade has witnessed a dramatic increase in consumer protection legislation and activity across industries and across the country.  To date, all 50 states have enacted consumer protection laws prohibiting unfair or deceptive acts and practices likely to mislead consumers. Recent cases brought by state attorneys general have achieved historic settlements and, due to [...]

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TCPA Monitor | Feb 01, 2019

Crunch Seeks Supreme Court Resolution of ATDS Definition

Following the D.C. Circuit’s decision in ACA Int’l v. FCC, courts have been struggling for a consistent interpretation of the capacity and functionality required to turn a device into an automatic telephone dialing system (“ATDS”). Although most courts have tried to follow a narrower reading of the statutory language given the ACA Int’l Court’s chastisement of [...]

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Dealership Advisor | Jan 14, 2019

Ohio BMV Announces New Certificate of Title Form

In 2019, county title offices will begin transitioning to a new motor vehicle certificate of title form. The implementation schedule varies by county and will take place over several months. The new certificates will be larger (8.5 x 11 inches) and will have a blue-green color scheme on the front. The BMV advises that this [...]

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M&S Newsline | Feb 01, 2019

M&S Partner Michele Shuster to Speak at ABA Consumer Protection Conference

M&S Partner Michele Shuster will speak on Tuesday, February 5th at the American Bar Association Section of Antitrust Law’s 2019 Consumer Protection Conference. Michele will join a lineup in this one day event that includes leading consumer protection enforcement officials from the FTC, FCC, and DOJ, state attorneys general, and other experienced consumer protection practitioners [...]

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