FTC’s Administrative Litigation Process: Should the Commission Be Both Prosecutor and Judge?

This morning, the Washington Legal Foundation hosted a panel on how the FTC uses its administrative litigation process as an alternative to suing in court, “FTC’s Administrative Litigation Process: Should the Commission Be Both Prosecutor and Judge?” Check out our live-tweeting of the event for highlights, or watch the full video below:

For more background, WLF’s David Balto did a great job explaining this process (which the FTC always wins), and the FTC: Technology & Reform Project outlined this and other issues in our inaugural report.

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