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
Archives for November 2015
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Sometimes winning is still losing. That is certainly true for companies that find themselves caught in the cross hairs of the federal government.
Here’s What They’re Saying About LabMD’s Victory Against the Federal Trade Commission A “Stunning Defeat” For The FTC Reuters: “The First Defeat For An Agency That Has Successfully Brought Such Cases Against Dozens Of Companies.”(Joel Schectman, “U.S. Regulatory Agency Loses First Data Security,” Reuters, 11/16/15) The Wall Street Journal: “The […]
CoA Files Amicus Brief in ‘Moonlight Fire’ Case
David Slays Goliath As LabMD Defeats The Federal Trade Commission Chief Administrative Law Judge Dismisses Complaint and Hammers the FTC FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: November 16, 2015 MEDIA CONTACT: Geoff Holtzman l firstname.lastname@example.org l 703-405-3511 WASHINGTON – LabMD, an Atlanta-based cancer detection laboratory, was vindicated in its six-year struggle against the Federal Trade Commission’s overreach […]
Docket 9357 LabMD Initial Decison – electronic version pursuant to FTC Rule 3 51(c)(2)