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FTC Brings First Action Against Retail Tracking Company

Posted in Privacy, Regulations
On April 23, 2015, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced that retail tracking company Nomi Technologies has agreed to settle FTC charges that it misled consumers. The FTC alleged that the company, which develops technology to allow retailers to track consumers’ movements through their stores, misled consumers by failing to uphold promises to provide a mechanism… Continue Reading

California Federal Judge Rejects Apparel Company’s Motion to Dismiss “Made in America” Suit Under California Law

Posted in Advertising, Labeling, Regulations
A California federal court this month ruled against defendants’ attempt to rely on a federal law requiring U.S.-origin claims on textile fabric products to displace a California statute with more stringent requirements about “Made in the USA” labels.  The ruling allows a class action suit to proceed, lowering the hopes of retailers and manufacturers that have found compliance… Continue Reading

CPSC Versus FDA Recalls: What You Need to Know

Posted in Food and Drug, Product Safety, Regulations
Selling to consumers is generally a beneficial enterprise for all involved, but occasionally businesses will need to recall products, for a myriad of reasons. When that happens, different sets of rules apply depending on the type of product that is impacted. If your product falls under the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission’s (CPSC) jurisdiction, one… Continue Reading
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