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Congress Likely To Legislate Monetary Penalty Authority In FTC Enforcement If SCOTUS Strikes It

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White House, Democrat majority in Congress and likely next FTC chair support the agency wielding the authority, says advertising law attorney Holly Melton. Supreme Court, though, likely will rule in pending cases that a strict reading of an FTC regulation doesn’t grant monetary penalty authority.

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