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). Full article here.
Unique conference focuses on risk reduction for direct selling companies. To be held at the Austin W Hotel, January 18-19, 2018 Direct sales corporate execs: Ready for the first major Direct Selling Legal & Compliance Summit announcement? BK Boreyko will keynote this … Continue Reading
“The plaintiff’s bar is smelling blood.” In March of this year, a federal judge in Nevada accepted a $7.7 million dollar settlement offer from Xocai as the result of a class action lawsuit. Last November, the U.S. Fifth Circuit certified … Continue Reading
Following is an informative guest post from attorney Kevin Thompson about the tough balance skin care companies must address in distributor marketing and compliance. By Kevin Thompson, Thompson Burton PLLC Skincare has been a staple category in the network marketing industry for generations. In … Continue Reading
Today’s Wall Street Journal ran a front page story regarding Avon’s recent struggles complying with a tough federal law intended to prevent bribes of foreign officials. Several Avon executives have already been fired and more shakeups are likely on the … Continue Reading