Category Archives: FTC

Did the Supreme Court Just Save the FTC’s Disgorgement Authority?

In March, in “Will the Supreme Court Save the FTC’s Disgorgement Authority,” I wrote about the oral argument before the Supreme Court in Liu v. SEC, which considered whether the Securities and Exchange Commission possesses disgorgement authority over federal securities … Continue reading

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The FTC Finally Takes Down A CBD Marketer, Over COVID-19 Claims

Since hemp-derived CBD containing less than 0.3% THC was decriminalized by Congress at the end of 2018, the Federal Trade Commission has policed CBD health claims with a soft touch. On three different occasions (April, September, October, 2019), seeing unsubstantiated … Continue reading

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Will the Supreme Court Save the FTC’s Disgorgement Authority?

In January, I wrote about emerging caselaw questioning the long-held view in the federal courts that federal law enforcement agencies, like the Federal Trade Commission and Securities and Exchange Commission, have the legal authority to require violators of their statutes … Continue reading

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