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A: UDAP is unfair, deceptive acts and practices, which is specific to section 5 of the Federal Trade Commission Act, which is the act that, obviously, the FTC [Federal Trade Commission] has jurisdiction to enforce, and so do the prudential regulators--the FDIC, the OCC [Office of the Comptroller of the Currency], the Federal Reserve Board.
Another provision that deeply concerns the life insurance industry would remove a provision of the Federal Trade Commission Act barring the agency from undertaking probes or issuing reports on insurance industry practices without direct congressional authorization.
For instance, OCC included an explicit reference to a provision of the Federal Trade Commission Act that prohibits national banks from engaging in practices considered unfair and deceptive.
These four federal laws provide the basics: the Sherman Act, Clayton Act, Robinson-Patman Act, and Federal Trade Commission Act.
The Federal Trade Commission Act (FTCA) prohibits "[u]nfair methods of competition .
Promotional product materials for foods, other than labeling, are considered advertising and regulated by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) pursuant to the Federal Trade Commission Act (FTC Act).
If they say you can remove yourself by doing this and they don't, then that's false and deceptive and that's why it's illegal and violates the Federal Trade Commission Act.
The Federal Trade Commission Act of 1914 prohibits all "unfair methods of competition in or affecting commerce and unfair or deceptive acts or practices in or affecting commerce.
Laws addressed in this course include the Sherman Antitrust Act, the Clayton Act, The Robinson-Patman Act and the Federal Trade Commission Act.
The statutes closely mirror the Federal Trade Commission Act (FTC act),(3) which also protects "the public from abuses arising in the course of competitive trade.
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