UDAP

AcronymDefinition
UDAPUnfair and Deceptive Acts and Practices
UDAPUnfair and Deceptive Acts and Practices (statutes/laws)
UDAPUniversal Data Appliance Protocol (Savi Technology)
UDAPUser-Defined Areas Program (US Census Bureau; San Diego, CA)
UDAPUniversal Defense Alternative Products
UDAPUnione Democratici Arabo Palestinesi (Italian: Arabic Palestinian Democratic Union; Italy)
UDAPUniversity Drug and Alcohol Program
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This Part recommends avenues for strengthening the protective capacity of consumer law, with a primary focus on California's UDAP statutes.
and deceptive trade practices, often referenced as UDAP, which was
The court agreed with the Federal Trade Commission's (FTC's) argument that the lack of adequate cybersecurity constitutes unfair, deceptive or abusive practices (UDAP) and gave the FTC the authority to penalize the Wyndham Hotel chain for inadequate cybersecurity.
Pulliam, Good Cop, Bad Cop: Market Competitors, UDAP Consumer Protection Laws, and the U.S.
But instead of addressing this primary security issue, the regulators want to make sure financial institutions' Facebook pages include TILA disclosures and don't violate UDAP.
253, 299 (2000) ("UDAP statutes are undeniably, and purposefully, broad and flexible in scope, and the delegations of regulatory authority in those statutes are similarly broad.").
But Nash insists outfits like UDAP (www.udap.com/) package large canisters with a range of 30 to 40 feet, specifically meant for outdoor use on bears--a far cry from the pocket-sized squirt bottles some ladies carry on their keychains.
There is an entire regulation dedicated to preventing these activities known as the Unfair and Deceptive Acts or Practices (UDAP) statute.
The bill would codify--and strengthen--most of the provisions of the "Unfair and Deceptive Acts or Practices" (UDAP) rule adopted in December by the U.S Federal Reserve Board, the Office of Thrift Supervision at the U.S.
The Federal Reserve's new proposed unfair or deceptive acts or practices (UDAP) rules have sent a strong message to credit card lenders, although the rules are disappointingly weak on predatory overdraft loan protections.