FTC’s Proposed Rule On ‘Made In The USA’ Claims Could Mean Increased Civil Penalties
Companies should seek legal counsel when making “Made in the USA” claims, particularly if the Federal Trade Commission’s proposed rule on the subject is adopted as drafted. Published in July, the proposed rule would enable the FTC to obtain civil penalties from violating firms “more quickly and easily," attorneys say.
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