One year of consumer law blogs

Posted by Clyde Hutchins | Jul 19, 2017 | 0 Comments

Interesting Statistics:

I started writing about consumer law issues on this website a year ago. It is interesting to see the statistics behind my website and blog. Here are some interesting numbers:

Visitor Locations:

1) Colorado 27%
2) Wyoming 5%
3) California 2%
4) New York 2%
5) Texas 2%

The rest of the visitors are split between 45 states, D.C. and many foreign countries. The only states not represented by visitors are Maine, Vermont, West Virginia, North Dakota and Montana.

6 Most popular articles:

1)  What happens when a consumer files a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission?

2)  What do you do if served with a civil investigative subpoena or demand from the Attorney General's Office?

3)  The consequences of not responding to a subpoena.

4)  Wyoming removes the cloak of anonymity for shell companies.

5)  What is "clear and conspicuous" disclosure?

6)  Yo-Yo care sale financing terms - Can the customer also use the terms to back out of the deal?

6 Most thought provoking articles (Gauged by reader time spent on these pages):

1)  Yes, you should retain an attorney to represent you at the interview.

2)  Mandated Data Security Program.

3)  Subscriptions and Recurring Charges and the Electronic Fund Transfer Act.

4)  "Free" Trial Offer?

5)  Consumer Protection Q/A

6)  Substantiation for Advertising Claims.

About the Author

Clyde Hutchins

Clyde Hutchins is the founder of Harmony Law. Mr. Hutchins started his career as a lawyer in Cheyenne, Wyoming. First gaining experience as a law clerk for the district court judges, Mr. Hutchins entered private practice with a Cheyenne firm focused on civil litigation, business law and some general practice law. Later, Mr. Hutchins went to Alaska, where he was the chief litigator for a firm that engaged in bond law, corporate law, securities law, and the broad reach of municipal law. Mr. Hutchins returned to Cheyenne to represent the State of Wyoming in the national tobacco arbitration. While in that position, he developed the consumer protection unit for the Wyoming Attorney General's Office. He led over 120 investigations and enforcement actions in Wyoming and worked on numerous joint cases with the Federal Trade Commission and other states, including Colorado. Mr. Hutchins relocated to Colorado in 2016 and founded Harmony Law. Mr. Hutchins has established Harmony Law in three principal areas of law. First, it is a general practice firm in the areas of business law, estate planning and family law. Secondly, it is a civil litigation firm, practicing law in state and federal courts throughout Wyoming and Colorado. Finally, it is one of the few firms in Wyoming or Colorado that focuses on consumer protection law.


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