A recent NAD decision on claims within the debt relief space may provide key compliance lessons and insights for companies in all industries to consider. Read this article from Kelley Drye to learn more.
The FTC has adopted a new strategy to obtain monetary relief in the state of California following the U.S. Supreme Court's earlier ruling in AMG Capital. Check out this article in JD Supra to learn more.
At the end of August, the FTC published its new strategic plan for the next five years. What was outlined continues to show the FTC's emphasis on enforcement following the loss of its 13(b) authority while broadening the commission's focus and being more aggressive in terms of goals.
A report published by the American Enterprise Institute (AEI) delved into efforts by the FTC to speed up decision-making processes through the establishment of rulemaking frameworks with less public input and more political control. AEI recently held a panel discussion with former FTC leaders to discuss the findings of the report and the direction of the current commission.
The use of influencers has become a major part of many marketing strategies in recent years. While there has always been a risk in terms of regulatory compliance regarding influencer marketing, businesses could face even more challenges with the Federal Trade Commission's (FTC) proposed Endorsement Guide changes.
With the Alvaro Bedoya appointment swinging the majority back in her favor at the FTC, Chair Lina Khan is looking to push off early setbacks and now utilize every tool at the commission's disposal to protect consumers from anticompetitive behavior and deceptive practices according to an article from The Washington Post.
Looking to update its existing set of endorsement guidelines for businesses, the FTC is proposing to increase its enforcement of fake reviews and other forms of misleading advertising according to this recent article from Forbes.
In a combination of moves, the U.S. Senate has not only broken the partisan deadlock at the FTC by approving the nomination of Alvaro M. Bodoya, but has also seen its commerce committee push forward a bill that would restore the FTC's consumer refund power.