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Erica Hollar

FTC Hits Online Fashion Retailer with $4.2M Fine for Blocking Negative Reviews
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FTC Hits Online Fashion Retailer with $4.2M Fine for Blocking Negative Reviews

Last week, Fashion Nova, a California fast-fashion retailer, signed a settlement with the Federal Trade Commission that requires it to pay $4.2 million. The FTC’s Complaint alleges that Fashion Nova blocked negative product reviews from being posted on its website. The agency…

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What You Need to Know About State Auto-Renewal Laws (ARLs)
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What You Need to Know About State Auto-Renewal Laws (ARLs)

Once upon a time, subscriptions were something customers signed up for that resulted in a magazine or newspaper arriving for a set amount of time. Today? Subscriptions have become the norm. From Netflix and Audible at home to subscriptions for Adobe and…

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Supreme Court Unanimously Limits FTC’s Authority to Seek Monetary Restitution
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Supreme Court Unanimously Limits FTC’s Authority to Seek Monetary Restitution

The Supreme Court issued a ruling that will limit the Federal Trade Commission’s ability to collect restitution when companies are found to have violated the FTC Act by engaging in false advertising. In its Opinion, the Court stated, “The question presented is…

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Coronavirus: How Can Businesses and Employees Move Forward?
Coronavirus How Can Businesses and Employees Move Forward

Coronavirus: How Can Businesses and Employees Move Forward?

As states begin to lift stay at home orders and reopen their economies, many employers are wondering what it means for their businesses. States are encouraging businesses to open in a way that makes employees and customers feel safe. While the transition…

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