The appeal of the ALJ’s decision will not be to an independent court, but to the Commission – the very body that decided to sue LabMD in the first place
CoA has submitted a FOIA request to the FTC seeking to determine whether agency employees may be attempting to shield government records.
Read the full story: Cato Institute In 2010, the Federal Trade Commission approached an Atlanta-based medical testing company, LabMD, with accusations that it had wrongfully left its customer data insecure and vulnerable to hackers. LabMD’s owner denied that the company was at fault and a giant legal battle ensued. To […]
CoA’s Reed Rubinstein: “The only evidence in the record now is that LabMD was telling the truth from the beginning that they were hacked by a cyberthief, and that the FTC did nothing to verify the information it was given by Tiversa.”
The FTC lobbied former Senator Jay Rockefeller to hold up Freedom Of Information Act reform legislation late last year.
Ex-employee alleges company does not play by the rules.
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Cause of Action fights back against the FTC in legal battle.
A former employee turned whistleblower of Tiversa, Inc, confirmed that the FTC action against LabMD was based on manufactured evidence.
Our legal battle against the FTC continues.