FTC guidance on “active supervision” of state regulatory boards fuels concerns about intrusions on state sovereignty.
Agency announces release of consumer data in latest effort to combat auto-dialed telemarketing calls.
Sitting FTC Commissioner speaks at Penn Law on the limits of judicial and agency expertise.
The U.S. Supreme Court will decide when a state agency is immune from federal antitrust law.
Politicians and activists urge synthesis, but the FTC remains skeptical.
Data brokers’ use of big data leads to questions about how best to protect consumers.
Commission head urges efforts to protect privacy, increase transparency, and enhance consumer choice.
Dispute over teeth-whitening regulations may expand federal antitrust authority over states.
FCC’s largely duplicative functions should be redeployed to other agencies, says think tank.
New regulations to protect consumers from telemarketers’ automatic calls.
State AGs urge e-cigarette rule, financial regulators propose credit risk retention rule, and more…
New opinion highlights debate over the role of antitrust law in FCC disputes.