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US FTC Pulling Various Levers To Impose Monetary Relief On False Ad Defendants

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The Federal Trade Commission is leveraging other statutory authorities under the FTC Act and working with state regulators to garner monetary relief for consumers in the year since a Supreme Court decision shut down the commission’s longtime pathway for doing so under Sec. 13(b). FTC Bureau of Consumer Protection director Samuel Levine provided an update – and a warning to industry – at the NAD 2022 conference.

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