The FTC has announced that it has settled charges against the creators of a board game funded through a Kickstarter.com campaign.
Georgia-based Ashworth College, a for-profit college with approximately 50,000 students, has agreed to settle charges that it misled students about career training and credit transfers.
In a long drawn out legal battle, the FTC has recently announced that it has reached a settlement to resolve the FTC’s antitrust lawsuit against Cephalon.
The FTC and 58 law enforcement agencies from every state and the District of Columbia have filed a complaint in federal court against four cancer charities.
The FTC has announced that Cardinal Health has agreed to settle charges that it maintained an illegal monopoly over 25 local markets.
The FTC director recommended conditions the court could place on the sale of RadioShack consumers’ personal information to protect consumer’s privacy.
Marketers who helped promote a Utah-based home loan modification scheme will be banned from the mortgage relief and debt relief industries, the FTC has announced. The newly-announced court settlement resolves FTC charges that the marketers violated the law by promoting the loan modification scam, which conned consumers into paying hefty fees for worthless mortgage relief […]
A federal judge recently ruled that the FTC could go after six years of Cephalon, Inc.’s profits in a reverse-payment settlement case.
The FTC has recently announced that it has reached a settlement with Phoebe Putney Health System, Inc., the Hospital Authority of Albany-Dougherty County.
The FTC announced a settlement with BMW over the company’s MINI warranties. The FTC had alleged that BMW’s had violated the Magnusson-Moss Warranty Act.