Advertising Law -- May 25, 2012


In This Issue:

Manatt Partner Ivan Wasserman Invited to Speak at ABA’s Food & Supplements Workshop; FTC Brings Contempt Motion Against Largest Third-Party Billing Company; Stay Denied: Federal Court Gives Green Light to Text-Spam Lawsuit Against Google; Federal Court Certifies Class Action Against IKEA; Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against MyCashNow Over Text Spam; and Plaintiffs Permitted to Move Forward in Apple’s Tracking Class Action.

Excerpt from FTC Brings Contempt Motion Against Largest Third-Party Billing Company

The Federal Trade Commission filed a motion in the United States District Court for the Western District of Texas seeking a civil contempt order against Billing Services Group Limited (BSG), a billing aggregator comprised of seven different entities.

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