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Ch 25: WEST Business & Marketing Education: Product Liability & Consumer Protection

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Brush up on your knowledge of consumer rights and product liabilities through these engaging videos. Our lessons can help you prepare for the WEST Business & Marketing Education teacher certification exam.

WEST Business & Marketing Education: Product Liability & Consumer Protection - Chapter Summary

We can help you review the laws and rights related to product liability and consumer protection through the videos and self-assessment quizzes in this chapter. This chapter includes lessons on:

  • Consumer protection
  • Product liability
  • Credit protection
  • Privacy protection
  • Consumer rights

Each video is taught by a subject-matter expert, and the online format allows you to view them at any time, from any place. The corresponding multiple-choice quizzes allow you to assess your comprehension and see if there are any areas that need extra review.

WEST Business & Marketing Education: Product Liability & Consumer Protection Objectives

This exam is designed to assess the skills of those seeking a credential to teach business and marketing in the state of Washington. The computer-based test includes 110 multiple-choice questions pulled from five business and marketing domain areas. The topics within this chapter may be encountered within the business management and law section, which makes up 17% of the test. You can use these lessons to prepare for questions on consumer laws and product liability, as well as get experience answering questions similar to those you will come across on test day.

6 Lessons in Chapter 25: WEST Business & Marketing Education: Product Liability & Consumer Protection
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What Is Consumer Protection? - Product Liability, Laws & Rights

1. What Is Consumer Protection? - Product Liability, Laws & Rights

Consumer protection refers to the laws and other forms of government regulation designed to protect consumers. One form of consumer protection is product liability. This lesson explains consumer protection and product liability.

Defective Products Liability

2. Defective Products Liability

Businesses are held responsible when their products are defective. There are three types of possible product liability defects. This lesson explains the three possible types of defects for which businesses can be liable.

What Is Product Liability? - Definition & Laws

3. What Is Product Liability? - Definition & Laws

Businesses are held responsible when their products are defective, known as product liability. Liability can be based on one or more of three theories: Breach of warranty, negligence, and strict liability. This lesson explains these three theories.

What Is Credit Protection? - Laws & Services

4. What Is Credit Protection? - Laws & Services

Credit protection is a form of consumer protection that is designed to help preserve credit health for both individuals and businesses. This lesson discusses the laws and services involved in credit protection as well as the FTC's role.

What Is Privacy Protection? - Laws & Rights

5. What Is Privacy Protection? - Laws & Rights

Financial privacy protection is a form of consumer protection. It's designed to protect consumer information held by financial institutions. This lesson discusses financial privacy protection and the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act.

Five Major Consumer Rights

6. Five Major Consumer Rights

Consumers should expect safe products and ethical behavior from businesses. While there is not any official regulation, President Kennedy introduced four of the five major consumer rights: safety, information, choice, voice and redress.

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