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When the Cover Up Is Worse Than the Crime

USA - March 29 2017 Legal history is replete with stories of persons or companies turning a manageable legal problem into a more serious one by trying to hide or destroy…

Don’t Fake It Till You Make It: Company’s False Advertising Costs Them

USA - December 1 2020 On November 10, 2020, the District of Utah decided a case involving two sellers of supplements, Vitamins Online, Inc. v. Heartwise Inc. d/b/a…

Alexandra Megaris

Hanging Out to Dry: FTC’s Ongoing Pursuit of Credit Card Laundering has Reached an Apex

USA - December 14 2018 The Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) continues to crack down on companies engaged in credit card laundering. Credit card laundering is the practice…

Mastercard Targets Negative Options In 2019 - Demands Transparency

USA - January 14 2019 As 2019 goes into full swing, it’s important for providers of payment processing services (referred to here as “acquirers”) and their merchants or…

Ellen Traupman Berge, Andrew E. Bigart, Christopher L. Boone

To Be an Ad or Not to Be an Ad: That is the Question

USA - April 17 2019 You want to start taking supplements, so you turn to a guide containing consumer reviews. Is the guide just a collection of advertisements? Last…