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Federal Trade Commission, 2016-2017 ed.

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Format: Book - softbound
Brand: Clark Boardman Callaghan
Copyright: 2016
Service #: 13973395
Sub #: 13973394
Pages: 1714
Shelf Space: 3 in.
Publication frequency: Annually
Update method: Cumulative supplement

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Federal Trade Commission, 2016-2017 ed.

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Use the Federal Trade Commission practice manual to increase your understanding of the Commission and its procedures. This resource explains the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Act, as well as its provisions, jurisdiction, organization and operating procedures. The manual also provides a brief history of the FTC, and the meaning of the FTC Act's Section 5. It covers topics such as:

  • Unfair or deceptive acts and practices
  • Unfair methods of competition
  • The Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act
  • FTC investigations
  • Investigatory powers under the FTC Act
It also includes a discussion of:
  • Section 6, FTC enforcement of the Sherman Act
  • Clayton Act Section 3 offenses
  • The meaning of fairness under the FTCA
  • The pros and cons of rulemaking versus adjudication
The manual also includes checklist to determine applicability of FTC-administered laws

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  • Includes discussion of the meaning of fairness under the FTCA and pros and cons of rulemaking versus adjudication
  • Includes discussion of the meaning of fairness under the FTCA and pros and cons of rulemaking versus adjudication