When the Third Circuit Court of Appeals, in Kaneff v. Del. Title Loans, Inc., faced a Pennsylvania statute that prohibited payday loans,' the Third Circuit refused to enforce the state statute. This note will explore the reasoning underlying and discuss the effects of the Third Circuit's decision, providing a consequential look at the externalities that Kaneff created. As will become evident, these effects are quite serious and far-reaching, both to Pennsylvania's citizens and Pennsylvania's regulatory scheme.
Tale of Two Policies: Corporate Immunity and its Negative Externalities, the Worst of Times for Consumers, A,
2010 J. Disp. Resol.
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