Tag Archives: SCOTUS

Auld Lang Syne 2021 – Significant Events of the Past Year

Another year has come and gone. There are many things one could reflect on, but this blog is about advertising and marketing law, so we’ll stick to that. To say it was an eventful year would be an understatement. So we asked four of our partners to each select two interesting developments from the year. … Continue Reading

A Stumble out of the Section 19 FTC Gate

As many of our readers know, the U.S. Supreme Court decision in AMG dramatically changed things with respect to the ability of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to obtain certain monetary remedies. A lot has been written and theorized about the FTC’s post-AMG strategies, but certainly Section 19 of the FTC Act was lined up … Continue Reading

Podcast: AD-ttorneys@law: The Future of Consumer Redress after Supremes Rule in AMG Capital Management v. FTC

In a highly anticipated recent Supreme Court decision in the case of AMG Capital Management v. FTC, the court ruled in favor of putting the brakes on consumer redress and the commission’s ability to protect consumers from unfair or deceptive practices in the marketplace. BakerHostetler partner Randy Shaheen discusses the ramifications. Questions and Comments: rshaheen@bakerlaw.com Listen … Continue Reading

SCOTUS: No Equitable Monetary Relief for FTC Under § 13(b)

Well, the buck stops here (for now). Last week, in AMG Capital Management, LLC v. Federal Trade Commission, the Supreme Court unanimously ruled that Section 13(b) of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Act does not authorize the FTC to obtain equitable monetary relief such as restitution or disgorgement. This highly anticipated landmark decision reverses decades … Continue Reading
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