A California appellate panel affirmed the decertification of a class of consumers in a Song Beverly Credit Card Act lawsuit challenging Williams Sonomas collection of zip codes and email addresses during credit card sales
In a closely watched case that many hoped would bring some clarity—and sanity—to the subject of website accessibility under the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Supreme Court has instead chosen to punt.
To settle charges of falsely advertising its bath and beauty products as organic and vegan, a Miami-based company and its owner agreed to a $1.76 million deal with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC).
A coalition of chief executive officers (CEOs) representing 51 businesses urged congressional leaders to enact a federal privacy law that would preempt state laws and provide a uniform national framework.
Congress needs to step up and provide both the resources and legal authority for the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to effectively enforce the privacy rights of consumers in the United States, former director of the FTC’s Bureau of Consumer Protection Jessica Rich wrote in an editorial.
The relatively high expense of the U.S. healthcare system compared to other nations is well known and documented.
The promotional review process requires a critical balance between ensuring materials achieve business goals and complying with regulatory constraints.
A California federal court tossed a lawsuit filed by two nonprofit organizations against Sanderson Farms, Inc., over claims that their chicken products are “100% Natural.”
The makers of three types of head impact sensors survived a Federal Trade Commission (FTC) review into advertising claims for their products, with the agency closing out its investigation without taking action.
Where’s the beef? In Arkansas federal court, where the Tofurky Company challenged a new state law that prohibits the labeling of plant-based meat alternatives as “burgers,” “beef,” “pork” or “sausage” or other meat-related terms.