2022 Direct Selling Legal & Compliance Summit

Direct Selling Legal & Compliance Summit Returns to Austin in 2022

Mike ForcucciOctober 19, 2021
By popular demand, the Direct Selling Legal & Compliance Summit is returning February 16-18, 2022, to the W Austin Hotel! We are so excited to host everyone for this important event and can't wait to meet up in Austin. Tickets and rooms for the event - headlined by keynote speaker Andy Fastow - are now available!
Federal Trade Commission - Section 19 Case - JD Supra Article

Article – FTC Successfully Uses Section 19 to Obtain Restitution

Jonathan GilliamSeptember 22, 2021
By successfully utilizing Section 19 of the FTC Act, the Federal Trade Commission has found a new avenue to restitution after Section 13(b) was vacated by the Fifth Circuit. An article from JD Supra details this important development.
Momentum Factor earns ranking on 2021 Inc. 5000 List

Momentum Factor Earns 5th Consecutive Inc. 5000 Award

Mike ForcucciAugust 17, 2021
For a fifth consecutive year, Inc. Magazine has recognized Momentum Factor, a leading global provider of online risk mitigation applications and services, amongst the fastest-growing private companies in the U.S. on its annual Inc. 5000 rankings (SBDP – dba: Momentum Factor – #4700).
Federal Trade Commission - Kelley Drye Article

Article – Federal Trade Commission Finds New Avenues to Counter Section 13(b) Decision

Jonathan GilliamJune 10, 2021
Although the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) was dealt a blow from the Supreme Court's ruling on Section 13(b), the commission is not sitting idle following the decision. Instead, the FTC has gone on the offensive with new measures in order to obtain monetary relief for perceived consumer injury. Read more about their efforts in this article from KelleyDrye.
FTC Rulemaking Group - Social Selling News Article

Article – FTC Announces New Rulemaking Group

Jonathan GilliamApril 7, 2021
The FTC has announced that the agency is creating a new and dedicated “rulemaking group,” a move that would strengthen the FTC's ability to invoke civil penalties outside its historical use of 13(b).
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