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Supreme Court Rule Limits FTC Power to Seek Restitution from Businesses in Enforcement Proceedings Before Federal Courts
On April 22, the U.S. Supreme Court rolled back the Federal Trade Commission's (FTC) power to seek federal court orders forcing alleged bad actors to pay restitution or disgorgement, thus eliminating an important FTC tool for recovering money from alleged consumer rights violators.
Privacy.Minded: To the Relief of Many E-Commerce Businesses, the U.S. Supreme Court Narrowly Construes a TCPA Requirement
In Facebook, Inc. v. Duguid, the Supreme Court “friended” Facebook by holding that the social media platform’s login notification texts did not constitute an “automatic telephone dialing system” under the TCPA.
Auto Renewal Laws Continue to Evolve… Finding Synergy Among New York’s Newest Legislation and California and Federal ARLs
Last November, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed into law, S1475A, New York’s new automatic renewal bill. The new law went into effect on February 9, 2021, and contains more stringent and expanded requirements for businesses offering New York consumers automatic renewal plans.
Serial entrepreneur and corporate lawyer Brent Reinke has joined Stradling as a shareholder in the firm’s Corporate & Securities Practice Group. Mr. Reinke will be based in the firm’s newly opened Westlake Village office.