Justices Search for Limits on Preemption of Consumer Claims Based on Federal Transportation Deregulation Laws

Over at SCOTUSblog, I've got two posts up about Dan's City Used Cars v. Pelkey, an interesting preemption case that was argued before the U.S. Supreme Court this week. The case concerns whether transportation deregulation law preempts a suit under state consumer-protection law brought by a man whose car was towed away from his home by a used car dealer and sold to someone else. Read the case preview here, and the argument recap here.

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