NACA is actively engaged in promoting a fair and open marketplace that protects the rights of consumers, particularly those of modest means. In addition to the practice-specific legislative work NACA takes on, we are particularly focused on:
Working to eliminate forced arbitration clauses from consumer contracts;
Addressing the need to change the current structure around attorney fee tax policy;
Partnering with like-minded organizations to increase our leverage and bring additional resources to bear on legislative and government regulatory bodies.
NACA's issues committee provides Amicus Curiae Brief assistance on high-impact cases. Members can search all previous Amicus Briefs from NACA.
Read NACA’s comments on proposed federal regulations and other agency actions that impact consumers and consumer law.
Consumers Ascending: Join the Fight for Your Rights
Every day, big businesses and their high-powered lobbyists tell Congress what to do. They ask lawmakers to make it easier for them to cheat us and then shield themselves from liability.
While crooked corporations pad their bottom line, they empty our wallets and endanger our financial lives. Lawmakers should protect consumers, not sell them out.
Members are encouraged to participate in our legislative activities by taking action or getting involved to serve on one of the advocacy-related committees.
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Members are encouraged to participate in our legislative activities by taking action or volunteering to serve on one of the advocacy-related committees.
NACA Re-Submits Petition for Rulemaking on Yo-Yo Sales to FTC