Challenge to the FTC’s Disgorgement Authority to be Heard by Supreme Court

Led by Illinois Attorney General Kwame Raoul, a bipartisan coalition of 30 attorneys general filed an amicus brief in the U.S. Supreme Court supporting the Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) right to obtain disgorgement and restitution for victims of deceptive practices in cases filed in U.S. district court under Section 13(b) of the FTC Act. The…

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Collaboration with the U.S. FDA

This course on collaborating with the U.S. FDA includes a general overview of the regulation of dietary supplements under the Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act followed by an introduction to FDA’s Office of Dietary Supplement Programs.

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Collaboration with the Federal Trade Commission

This course offers a general overview and specific case studies regarding how the attorneys general and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) have collaborated in the past on enforcement matters. It also discusses how future collaboration can be improved.

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Collaboration with the Commodity Futures Trading Commission

This course offers a general overview of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) and how it has collaborated with members of the attorney general community on enforcement matters in the past, as well as how future collaboration can be improved.

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Charities Embezzlers

This course addresses how bad things happen to good people: areas of risk, the scope of the problem, and how fiduciaries and government regulators should respond to the risks and embezzlement events.

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Is GDPR Coming to the U.S.: Recent State Privacy Initiatives

This course addresses GDPR and the resulting state privacy protection legislation, including the California and New Jersey Privacy Protection Acts and the Illinois Biometric Act.

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CFPB: Ombudsman’s Office

The course provides an overview of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) Ombudsman’s Office and how this office can serve as a resource for the attorney general community.

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Collaboration Between Attorneys General and TRACIT

This course explores two powerful trends in eCommerce over the last decade and the resulting new risks to consumers.

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Cybercrime Support Network and Attorneys General

This course discusses the cybercrime threat landscape, resources available to victims, and a national program to create the “cyber 9-1-1” and serve victims who are currently underserved.

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Paul L. Singer

Paul L. Singer is an Assistant Attorney General with the position of Senior Counsel for Public Protection for Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton. In this role, Mr. Singer oversees the agency’s initiatives of consumer protection enforcement. Prior to joining the Executive Management Team, Mr. Singer served almost twenty years with the Consumer Protection division in…

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