Together with the FDA, the FTC issued joint warning letters to 11 marketers and producers of allegedly unapproved opioid cessation products. The letters allege that the companies used online platforms to make unsubstantiated claims about their products’ ability to treat opioid addiction and withdrawal. Letters were sent to: Opiate Freedom Center (Opiate Freedom 5-Pack) U4Life,
A hotel reservation service company in Utah stipulated to an order concluding action without any penalty.
FTC crackdown on debt repair service providers is imminent. It’s time for debt repair service providers to seek legal help.
More large law firms are accepting bitcoin payments for their legal services, signaling the digital currency’s firmer foothold in corporate America.
Trial began on last week for a deceptive advertising suit against DirecTV in which the FTC’s opening statements asked the Court to award $3.95 in damages to consumers.
Consumer Watchdog asked the FTC to halt Amazon’s purchase of Whole Foods and argued that deceptive list prices make Amazon’s prices look like more of bargain than they are.
Celebrity social media accounts are ripe for FTC action if they fail to conspicuously disclose their relationships to brands when endorsing products.
The FTC has targeted the owner of Thrive for actions that happened three before he purchased the company. We argue that there is no proof.
On June 5, 2017, the Supreme Court of the United States decided Kokesh v. SEC, No. 16-529, holding that disgorgement claims must be commenced within five years of the claims’ accrual because such claims operate as penalties.
In late March, the FTC released the agency’s 2016 Annual Highlights, which the FTC says include some of the Commission’s “biggest successes” to date.