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A Victory for Introductory Offer and Subscription Advertisers: FTC Fails to Prove Deception Against DIRECTV

USA - August 21 2018 The FTC has been waging a steady war against advertisers that use introductory offers that turn into subscription agreements. With the FTC threatening...

Kathleen K. Sheridan.

Second Circuit Says Multi-State Consumer Class Actions Might Not Be All-Natural

USA - August 2 2018 Consumer class actions predicated on state laws alleging deceptive claims are one of the scourges of modern marketing. In a recent decision, the...

Taylor Chapman, Matthew Renick.

Is Past Prologue for FTC Jurisdiction?

USA - March 29 2018 A recent decision in an antitrust case brought by the FTC in the U.S. District Court for Delaware could significantly limit the FTC’s ability to bring...

Mary M. Gardner.

The Joint (And Several Liability) is Jumpin’

USA - December 15 2017 We wrote previously that for payment processors the death of Operation Choke Point was greatly exaggerated. We also noted that a prior challenge to...

Christopher L. Boone, Ellen Berge.

Sex, Golf, and the FTC

USA - November 29 2017 What do golf and sex have in common? According to the old joke: They’re two things you don’t have to be good at to enjoy. Similarly, some men - ok...