Consumer Protection

The Consumer Protection Branch leads Department of Justice efforts to enforce laws that protect Americans’ health, safety, economic security, and identity integrity.  To accomplish its mission, the Branch brings both criminal and affirmative civil enforcement cases throughout the country.  The Branch uses its strong relationships with U.S. Attorneys’ Offices and investigative agencies, expertise with complex litigation, and nationwide reach to respond nimbly to emerging consumer threats.

Learn more about the Consumer Protection Branch

Updated March 18, 2021

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