Scholars argue for regulatory intervention to protect consumers from NFT minting companies’ deceptive practices.
The FTC’s investigation of ChatGPT may shed light on how consumer protection law applies to artificial intelligence.
The FTC’s proposed changes to its premerger notification form are unlikely to survive judicial review.
Scholar argues for greater privacy protections of personal medical data collected by wearable health technologies.
Scholars posit that analyzing TikTok content can help regulators monitor trends in online consumer finance.
By taking enforcement actions, the Federal Trade Commission can set standards for algorithmic fairness and nondiscrimination.
The Supreme Court grants district-court jurisdiction in an opinion hampering agencies’ adjudicatory authority.
Attempts to eliminate junk fees may harm rather than help both consumers and businesses.
Experts examine consumer protection regulations to prevent fake online reviews.
The shift by agencies away from the current guidelines on mergers and acquisitions has left firms in limbo.
In Axon v. FTC, the Supreme Court will consider how district courts can hear constitutional challenges against agencies.
The Supreme Court will hear an important challenge to agency decision-making.