Recently, the fine print found in warranties and disclaimers seems to have gotten smaller.  The Center for Plain Language, a consumer advocacy group, has noticed this trend and has begun campaigning for the government to regulate the size of the font. Companies, however, argue that they need to include more and more information in the documents.

“The amount of disclosure that banks and other companies that deal with consumers need to provide to them is just overwhelming,” noted Alan Kaplinsky, a partner with Ballard Spahr’s Consumer Financial Services Group.