The Hobby Protection Act is something of a misnomer. Most hobbies don’t need much by way of protection. But if you or your clients are involved in the sale of coins or certain collectibles, it’s a law you need to know about. The FTC’s settlement with the National Collector’s Mint and Avram C.
You spend a good portion of your time trying to protect sensitive information on your network from high-tech hijackers. That’s important, of course. But don’t let it take your eye off the risks posed by good old-fashioned — make that bad old-fashioned — theft. That’s the message businesses can take from the FTC’s settlement with cord blood bank, Cbr Systems, Inc.
A sure way to see smoke coming out of consumers’ ears: Put charges on their phone bills for services they never ordered and didn’t authorize. In a lawsuit just filed against Montana-based American eVoice, Steven Sann, and others, that’s what the FTC says is going on.
Coaching isn’t just about clipboards, lanyards, and saying “Listen up” a lot. What do winning coaches bring to a team? Leadership, personal attention, and a proven system for success. The people who spent more than $100 million on “coaching” services sold by Ivy Capital and related companies thought that's what they were buying. But according to an FTC lawsuit filed against dozens of defendants — and a settlement with all but five of them — that’s not what Ivy
The Federal Trade Commission has ruled that the marketers of POM Wonderful 100% Pomegranate Juice and POMx supplements engaged in false and deceptive advertising in touting their products. We’re still working our way through the 53-page decision — stop by for more in the next few days — but here are some need-to-know nuggets.