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  1. FCRA at 40: It's a matter of interpretation

    They say life begins at 40 — so watch what’s happening to the Fair Credit Reporting Act as it enters an exciting new phase of its regulatory career. To mark this consumer protection milestone, the FTC has issued Forty Years of Experience with the Fair ...

  2. Survey of the Systems and Processes Used by FTC's Bureau of Competition Staff to Ensure Compliance with Non-Monetary Provisions of FTC Administrative orders in Competition Cases

    July 1999 99-042 July 16, 1999 MEMORANDUM TO: William J. Baer, Director Bureau of Competition FROM: Frederick J. Zirkel Inspector General SUBJECT: OIG Survey of the Systems and Processes Used by FTC Staff to Ensure Compliance With Non-Monetary Provisions ...

  3. Commission Approves Staff Comments on Attorney Advertising to New York Unified Court System; FTC Staff Issues Advisory Opinion Concerning the NPIA to St. Johns Health System

    For Your Information September 15, 2006 Commission approval of staff comments on attorney advertising: – The Commission has approved comments by the staffs of the Office of Policy Planning, the Bureau of Consumer Protection, and the Bureau of Economics to ...

  4. FTC Opinion Letter Affirms Consumers' Rights under the Holder Rule

    For Your Information May 10, 2012 The Federal Trade Commission has issued an advisory opinion affirming consumers' rights under the FTC's Holder in Due Course Rule, which protects the rights of consumers who make a purchase using credit obtained ...

  5. FCRA & Mobile Apps: A Word of Warning

    To our knowledge, there’s no app yet that tells people when the FTC staff has sent warning letters discussing how the Fair Credit Reporting Act operates in the world of mobile applications. But the way the app market is growing, some savvy developer will ...

  6. Are your FCRA policies worth the paper they’re printed on?

    In the words of movie mogul Samuel Goldwyn, “An oral contract isn’t worth the paper it’s printed on.” If your company provides information about consumers to credit bureaus, the law requires that you have written policies in place regarding the accuracy ...

  7. Letter From Stephanie Rosenthal, Chief of Staff, Division of Financial Practices, Bureau of Consumer Protection, To Jeff Appel, Deputy Under Secretary, U.S. Department of Education

    April 7, 2016 Letter From Stephanie Rosenthal, Chief of Staff, Division of Financial Practices, Bureau of Consumer Protection, To Jeff Appel, Deputy Under Secretary, U.S. Department of Education (440.59 KB) Incoming Request For Commission Staff Advisory ...

  8. Staff Advisory Opinion- Pyramid Scheme Analysis

    January 14, 2004 Staff Advisory Opinion Letter from James A. Kohm to Direct Selling Association Discusses the Commission’s analysis of compensation based on personal consumption by members of a multi-level company’s sales force and the legal significance ...

  9. FTC Staff Advises Automobile Dealers May Not Obtain Credit Reports on Consumers Out for a "Test Drive"

    For Release February 11, 1998 The staff of the Federal Trade Commission today advised automobile dealers that access to consumer credit reports is strictly limited under federal law. Responding to reports and consumer complaints that automobile dealers ...

  10. Staff Advisory Opinion:

    For Your Information February 21, 2002 Staff of the Federal Trade Commission has advised MedSouth, Inc., a multi-specialty physician practice association that includes competing primary care and specialist physicians who practice in the southern part of ...

  11. FTC Staff Issues Advisory Opinion Regarding Proposed Formation of Physicians' Healthcare Advocacy Group in Dayton, Ohio

    Proposed Dissemination of Information and Expression of Opinions on Matters of Public Interest Not Likely to Restrict Competition Among Physicians For Release February 7, 2003 In response to a request by a Dayton, Ohio, physicians' group, the Federal ...

  12. Letter From Alexis Gilman, Assistant Director, Mergers IV Division, Bureau of Competition, To John J. Dreyzehner, MD, MPH, State of Tennessee Department of Health

    Addressing A Request For An Advisory Opinion Regarding the Effect of the Sale of A Merged Hospital Entity Operating Pursuant To A Certificate of Public Advantage December 22, 2015 Alexis Gilman, Assistant Director, Mergers IV Division Text of the Letter ...

  13. FTC Staff Opinion: University of Michigans Proposed Rx Program Exempt From Robinson-Patman Act

    School Falls Under Nonprofit Institutions Act For Your Information April 9, 2010 In a letter issued today, the staff of the Federal Trade Commission advised the University of Michigan that a proposed modification to reduce costs for its drug benefit ...

  14. Federal Trade Commission Audited Financial Statements for Fiscal Year 1999

    February 2000 00-045 Table of Contents Management Overview Inspector General Opinion Financial Statements Balance Sheets Statements of Net Cost   Statements of Changes in Net Position   Statements of Budgetary Resources Statements of Financing Statements ...

  15. Staff Opinion--Foundation for the Accreditation of Hematopoietic Cell Therapy

    For Your Information April 18, 1997 A proposal to establish a program of standards, inspection, and accreditation of entities involved in medical or laboratory practice related to hematopoietic progenitor cell therapy does not appear to raise inherent ...

  16. FTC Staff Opinion: The Methodist Hospital System May Sell Discounted Shortage Drugs to Baytown EMS as an Emergency Humanitarian Gesture; FTC Approves Final Order Settling Charges that Universal Health Services, Inc.s Acquisition of Ascend Health

    For Release November 30, 2012 FTC Staff Opinion: The Methodist Hospital System May Sell Discounted Shortage Drugsto Baytown EMS as an Emergency Humanitarian Gesture In a letter issued today, the staff of the Federal Trade Commission advised The Methodist ...

  17. FTC Staff Issues Advisory Opinion Regarding Generic Pharmaceutical Association's Proposed Initiative to Address Drug Shortages

    Program's Numerous Safeguards Make It Unlikely to Harm Competition For Your Information August 8, 2012 The Federal Trade Commission's Bureau of Competition staff has issued an advisory opinion letter, in response to a request from the Generic ...

  18. FTC Staff Opinion: Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital's Proposed Rx Program Exempt From the Robinson-Patman Act

    Program Falls Within the Scope of the Non-Profit Institutions Act For Your Information August 19, 2010 In a letter issued today, the staff of the Federal Trade Commission advised Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital that its proposal to provide pharmaceuticals ...

  19. FTC Staff Opinion: Community CarePartners, Inc.'s Proposed Discount Rx Program Exempt From the Robinson-Patman Act

    Program Falls Under Non-Profit Institutions Act For Your Information July 2, 2010 In a letter issued today, the staff of the Federal Trade Commission advised Community CarePartners, Inc. that its proposal to provide pharmaceuticals purchased at a discount ...

  20. FTC Staff Opinion: Rx Program Operated for the Benefit of Non-Profit Schools, Colleges, and Universities Appears to Fall within the NPIA Exemption to Robinson-Patman

    For Your Information March 10, 2014 In a letter issued today, the staff of the Federal Trade Commission advised Quest Analytics Group that its proposal to operate a GPO-based prescription drug program for the benefit of a group of non-profit schools, ...

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