Category Archives: FTC

Has the FTC Lost Its Legal Mojo – Again?

Three years ago, I reported that the Federal Trade Commission, which is so used to having its way with federal judges, appeared to find itself on a bit of a losing streak, if not in an outright slump. (“FTC Claim … Continue reading

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To Be or Not To Be An Autodialer? That is the TCPA Question

In “Telemarketers Celebrate Rare Regulatory Win” (April 2018), I discussed the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals decision in ACA International v. FCC invalidating key parts of the Federal Communications Commission’s (“FCC”) 2015 Omnibus Order interpreting certain provisions of the Telephone … Continue reading

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FTC Gambles and Loses in DIRECTV Negative Option Case

Continuity marketing, featuring free trials with a negative option binding consumers to recurring charges until they cancel, has been a prominent target of Federal Trade Commission enforcement for years. These actions typically begin with a temporary restraining order and asset … Continue reading

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