Federal Trade Commission: Law, Practice and Procedure

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Law Journal Press, Apr 28, 2021 - Law - 854 pages

Federal Trade Commission: Law, Practice and Procedure features detailed analysis of all areas of FTC responsibility, including: rule making procedures; trade regulation statutes and rules; rules and procedures for investigations and litigation; application of U.S. antitrust laws to overseas conduct; Hart-Scott-Rodino premerger rules; evolving concepts of unfairness and deception; and asset freezes, injunctions and actions for civil penalties and consumer redress.

The book brings you up-to-date on the latest legislative, judicial and administrative actions affecting practice before the Commission, including the FTC's enforcement of consumer privacy mandates in the FTC Act and in statutes addressing privacy in designated market sectors. It provides extensive discussion of: the application of consumer credit statutes and regulations; telemarketing regulations, credit repair organizations, identity theft, and pay-per-call services; and Gramm-Leach-Bliley protections for consumer financial information.

Book ə looseleaf, one volume, 878 pages; published in 1986, updated as needed; no additional charge for updates during your subscription. Looseleaf print subscribers receive supplements. The online edition is updated automatically. ISBN: 978-1-58852-040-1

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Contents

11
2-35
243
7-41
1 Liaison with Other Federal
3-1
Commerce Requirement
3-18
2 Foreign Commerce
3-26
Reason to Believe Criterion
4-1
Director
4-2
4 Designation of Warranty as Full
4-4
Exemptions Contained in the FTC
9-1
4 Civil Liability
9-4
1 Coverage of the
9-6
5 Limitations on Implied Warranties 1043
9-10
1 Debt Collectors Covered by the
10-1
2 Disclosure Requirements
10-34
2 Circumstances That Trigger
10-66
CHAPTER 11
11-1

CHAPTER 1
5-1
4 Discriminatory Prosecution
5-4
Introduction 836
5-8
Certification 1264 3
5-12
CHAPTER 6
6-1
2 Appeals to the Commission from Initial
6-2
3 Requirement That Commerce
6-3
CHAPTER 7
7-1
4 Markets In Which To Test Competitive
7-4
6 Representations as to Leather Content
7-9
12 Deception as to Transistor Count
7-12
17 Retail Food Store Advertising
7-17
04
7-24
22 Mail or Telephone Order
7-25
CHAPTER 8
7-63
8 Waiting Periods 866
8-1
5 Improper Congressional Interference
8-5
1 The Sherman Act
8-12
CHAPTER 9
91
07
93
5 Federal Trade Commission Improvements
5
919
9-19
APR
9-23
Private Cause of Action
9-36
946
9-46
3 Rules Applicable to Open
11-3
CHAPTER 2
11-5
a Communications with Third
11-23
Fair Credit Billing
12-1
3 Prohibited Practices
12-3
Requirements 742
12-7
Complaint 1229
12-12
Electronic Fund Transfer
13-1
1315
13-15
b Preliminary Regulatory
13-20
Credit Repair Organizations
14-1
2 Enforcement
14-17
4 Permanent Injunctions 1431
14-31
3 Penalties for Violation of Trade
14-40
Index
i
d Misrepresentations and Preventive
xiv
3 Creditors Rights and Duties After
xx
c Environment Impact Analysis
xxvii
CHAPTER 4
xxviii
Organization Liaison Procedures
2-9
Unfair Methods of Competition
2-16
23 Franchising and Business Opportunity
7-29
g Record Keeping 746
7-49
28 Used Car Rule 754
23
Copyright

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About the author (2021)

Mr. Ward, former Assistant Director in the Federal Trade Commissions Bureau of Competition and an attorney in the Nashville office of Baker, Donelson, Bearman & Caldwell, is now retired.

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