In this issue:
- FTC Seeks Comment on Fair Packaging and Labeling Act Rules
- Ink Still Drying on Supreme Court's Lexmark Decision
- FTC says Weak Disclosures? Special Effects, Too? Nissan's on the Dark Side of the Dune
- Appeals Court Liberally Interprets Credit Repair Statute
- Upcoming Events
- Excerpt from Appeals Court Liberally Interprets Credit Repair Statute:
The Ninth Circuit's recent opinion in Stout v. FreeScore, LLC is not a good one for advertisers of credit counseling, debt relief services, credit monitoring, and similar products and services, writes Venable partner Jonathan L. Pompan in a recent client alert. The decision, he writes, further confuses application of the Credit Repair Organizations Act (CROA) across the nation by departing from the text of CROA and falling in line with the broad view asserted by the FTC and class action attorneys.
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Topics: Advertising, False Advertising, False Claims Act, FTC, Lexmark, Lexmark v Static Control Components, Nissan, SCOTUS
Published In: Antitrust & Trade Regulation Updates, Communications & Media Updates, Consumer Protection Updates, Finance & Banking Updates, Intellectual Property Updates
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