In its ruling, the 9th Circuit held that AT&T cannot exempt its entire business from FTC
oversight merely because a portion of its business is regulated by the Federal Communications Commission, a sister agency.
In March 2013, ADHA met with the Office of Policy Planning at the FTC
to discuss anti-competitive oral health issues.
and Amazon then decided to settle, which allowed the refund process to begin.
Second, for lawyers who advise FCC-regulated parties, it would be worth reviewing the FTC
comments closely because it is possible, if not likely, that many of the FTC
's proposed modifications will be adopted in whole or in part by the FCC," Vladeck said.
Receiving inquiries from the FTC
can naturally cause concern.
The purpose of an FTC
is to provide fiduciary services to a limited class of family members or trusts created by or for the benefit of family members.
monitors compliance with the Federal Trade Commission Act and is authorized to take action when it becomes aware of a non-complying advertisement.
Wyndham is the first company to fight back in court, arguing Congress never granted the FTC
cybersecurity oversight and the lawsuit therefore exceeds the FTC
's enforcement authority.
first issued the Green Guides in 1992 in response to an explosion of green marketing and advertising claims.
Whole Foods completed its $565 million acquisition of smaller rival Wild Oats in August after the FTC
failed to win a temporary injunction to stop the merger, while the agency's administrative examination of the deal unfolded.
According to the FTC
position paper, "In 2005, the total volume of Fair Trade Certified tea was 517,500 lbs.
found that this was a way for physicians to communicate to their competitors what prices the physicians would like to get in the future, not what prices physicians had received in the past, or indeed, what physicians might settle for individually in a contract.