The November 2006 issue of FORUM, the magazine of Consumer Attorneys of California, just arrived in the mail. It contains an article by yours truly entitled "The Consumers Legal Remedies Act: An Alternative to the UCL in the Post-Prop. 64 World." The article discusses, from a plaintiffs' perspective, the key differences between the CLRA and the UCL as amended by Prop. 64. My conclusion is that in certain cases, the CLRA may be a more attractive cause of action than the post-Prop. 64 UCL.
The November 2006 issue is not yet available online, but when it is, it will be accessible to CAOC members only at this link.