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Case Study: Marshall v. Hyundai Motor Am.



This consumer protection case study analyzes a class action lawsuits brought against Hyundai by Hyundai Sonata purchasers, alleging that the carmaker engaged in unfair and deceptive business practices by misrepresenting the quality and warranty policies of the cars and that it breached its "bumper-to-bumper" warranty  by denying coverage for brake parts known to be faulty. The main issue being discussed was whether the claims based on varying fact patterns from purchase to purchase and dealership to dealership are similar enough in nature to warrant class-action status. This case from a key federal district sets some key precedent in determining the appropriateness of class-action lawsuits against major product manufacturers.