Here are some problems we’ve identified, and a first shot at some possible solutions. Please post your pet peeve – and what you think should the solution is, and feel free to comment on anything else you find here.

Problem: Standardized, fine print contracts drafted by companies say that consumers surrender many legal rights they have by law when they sign the contract. Then, when the company does something wrong, the consumer has no recourse.

Solution: Companies may not require that consumers surrender their fundamental legal rights under state law.

What is this about? Read the explanation here.