As part of the Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) regular rule and guidelines review process, it recently reviewed the rule governing the “Use of Prenotification Negative Option Plans” (Negative Option Rule). Under a “prenotification negative option” plan, consumers receive periodic announcements of upcoming merchandise shipments and have a set period of time to decline the shipment. If the consumer fails to decline the shipment, the company ships the merchandise and bills the consumer.
Arent Fox has extensive experience assisting clients with product fulfillment issues, including complying with the “30-day mail order” rule. Arent Fox also has assisted clients with fulfillment agreements and was involved in defending a client in one of the largest Federal Trade Commission (FTC) investigations related to fulfillment breaches.
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The Ninth Circuit has affirmed the dismissal of a putative class action against Redbox, holding that its ZIP code collection practices fall within an exception to California’s Song-Beverly Credit Card Act of 1971 (Song-Beverly Act).
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The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has recently approved changes to its Wool Products Labeling Rules (Wool Rules) in order to allow wool manufacturers and sellers greater flexibility and bring the Wool Rules into line with the Wool Suit Fabric Labeling Fairness and International Standards Conforming Act, as well as the FTC’s textile labeling regulations.
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