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Proposed Rulemaking: FTC Dials in on Business Opportunities

USA - November 21 2022 At its most recent open meeting, the Federal Trade Commission voted unanimously to issue an Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking, seeking public…

An Update to “Made in USA” for Federally Procured Products and FTC’s “Made in USA”

USA - November 9 2022 Recent trends indicate that consumers and the U.S. government are paying more attention to where products are sourced from. The Biden administration…

Evaluating the Cybersecurity Risk of Mailing and Publishing Partners

USA - November 8 2022 Cybersecurity is a growing concern for all organizations, especially those that store, process, and transmit sensitive data. As commercial mailing…

Vonage, Autorenewals, and the FTC’s Ever-Expanding Interpretation of ROSCA

USA - November 8 2022 Last week, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) issued a press release, announcing a $100 million settlement with Vonage, an internet-based telephone…

Supply Chain Surcharges? Plaintiffs Say You Better Not Conceal Them

USA - October 28 2022 Supply chain disruptions and accompanying inflation for raw materials have challenged many businesses. A recent case involving paint retailer…

FTC Issues New Rulemaking Proceedings on Customer Reviews and “Junk Fees”

USA - October 26 2022 Last week at its monthly open meeting, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) unveiled two new rulemaking proceedings: the first deals with deceptive…

Ninth Circuit Rules That TCPA Aggregated Statutory Damages Might Be Unconstitutionally Punitive

USA - October 25 2022 For those embroiled in Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) class action litigation, the sum of the damages may not necessarily equal the whole…

FTC to Digital Media Advertisers: It’s Time to Protect Kids

USA - October 24 2022 At a Federal Trade Commission (FTC) event last week, Chair Lina Khan said children are more susceptible than adults to deceptive or harmful practices…

Federal Appeals Court Finds CFPB Unconstitutionally Funded, Structured

USA - October 21 2022 The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has once again been found to be unconstitutionally structured. The ruling is a win for CFPB critics…

The FTC’s Latest Forecast: An Opening Meeting with A Flurry of Rulemaking

USA - October 14 2022 The FTC’s ears must have been burning. Yesterday, just hours after we finished a webinar discussing the latest developments in the FTC’s push for…