Read the full story: Law360 The order pointed out that the judge had already rejected a motion by the FTC in July for permission to develop evidence to rebut Wallace’s expected testimony because he had yet to testify, and that Tiversa’s “attempt at anticipatory rebuttal” suffered from a similar defect. […]
All we’ve wanted since we began this case is for the facts and the truth to come out about the FTC’s overreach against LabMD.
This is why it has investigated and litigated for LabMD to stop the FTC from arbitrarily expanding and abusing its power by victimizing an entrepreneur who did nothing wrong
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On June 11, 2014 Congress’s chief watchdog, the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, advised the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) that the information the FTC obtained from Tiversa, Inc. is “false,” “incomplete” and “inaccurate.”
Read the full story: National Law Journal The FTC’s smoking gun: a file with information about 9,300 consumers, including names, birth dates, social security numbers and medical tests results for conditions such as cancer. According to the FTC complaint, a LabMD employee installed a peer-to-peer file sharing application on her […]
Read the full story: Atlanta Business Chronicle A lawsuit filed by an Atlanta-based medical testing lab against the Federal Trade Commission has been put on hold following word that a congressional committee is investigating a company involved in the case. Michael Daugherty, LabMD’s CEO, welcomed news that Congress is looking into […]
Congress launched an investigation into Tiversa and their dealings with federal agencies including the FTC which threw a wrench into the FTC’s administrative proceedings against LabMD today.
Read the full story: Atlanta Journal Constitution Daugherty said he has spent more than a half-million dollars on the case so far. He’s had help from Cause of Action, a nonprofit group that said it got involved to help a small business with limited resources fight back against unfair regulation. “I […]
Federal Trade Commission (FTC) “the public is served by guiding people beforehand rather than beating them up after.”