Mark J. Furletti

Mark J. Furletti

Ballard Spahr LLP

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FTC Announces Settlement of First Actions against Auto Title Lenders

The Federal Trade Commission recently announced that it has entered into proposed settlements with two auto title lenders that were charged with deceptive advertising in violation of Section 5 of the FTC Act and the Truth in...more

2/5/2015 - Advertising Automotive Industry Automotive Loans Civil Monetary Penalty Enforcement Actions False Advertising FTC Regulation Z Settlement TILA

FTC Increases Exclusionary Limit for Certain Door-to-Door Sales

The Federal Trade Commission has adopted a final rule amending its Cooling-Off Rule to exclude from the Rule’s coverage door-to-door sales of consumer goods or services with a purchase price of $130 or more that are made at...more

1/9/2015 - Amended Regulation Cooling-Off Rule Final Rules FTC

Lender Violated EFTA Prohibition on Conditioning Loans on Electronic Payments, Calif. Federal Court Rules

A California federal court recently ruled that a lender violated the Electronic Fund Transfer Act (EFTA) prohibition on “condition[ing] the extension of credit” on a borrower’s repayment “by means of preauthorized electronic...more

8/6/2014 - EFTA Electronic Fund Transfer Act FTC Loans

Florida Federal Court Rejects FCC Ruling on Autodialed Collection Calls to Cell Phones

A Florida federal court has rejected the Federal Communication Commission's 2008 ruling that by providing a wireless number to a creditor on a credit application, a consumer has given "prior express consent" as required by...more

5/14/2013 - Cell Phones Damages FTC Penalties TCPA Telecommunications Vicarious Liability

FTC Retains Door-to-Door Sales Rule but Proposes Higher Exemption Amount

The Federal Trade Commission recently released its decision to retain its rule requiring disclosure of a buyer’s right to cancel door-to-door sales of consumer goods and services (Cooling-Off Rule)....more

12/28/2012 - Cooling-Off Rule Disclosure Requirements FTC

FTC Settles ‘History Sniffing’ Charges Against Online Advertising Network

The Federal Trade Commission recently announced that it entered into a settlement with Epic Marketplace, Inc., (Epic) an online advertising company, of charges that its "history sniffing" practices violated Section 5 of the...more

12/13/2012 - Behavioral Advertising Browser History Sniffing FTC

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