Kronenberger Rosenfeld is an invaluable asset if the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) or a state Attorney General is investigating your company, has served a Civil Investigative Demand (CID) on your company, or has filed a lawsuit or administrative action against your company due to alleged internet-related wrongdoing. The FTC is an independent, civil law enforcement agency, and FTC enforcement actions can result in asset freezes, the appointment of a receiver, and court-ordered restitution to consumers. The FTC derives these broad powers from the FTC Act, particularly at sections 43 and 45(a)(1), and the agency is authorized to act in a wide variety of consumer protection matters. State Attorneys General (AGs) also have broad statutory powers to investigate and take action against companies on behalf of consumers in their states.
Our internet law and tech experience is invaluable in defending FTC enforcement actions.
Our firm combines experience litigating against the FTC and state Attorneys General with more than 15 years of experience representing a multitude of internet-related companies. Defending a lawsuit containing complex allegations by the FTC or a state AG often requires digital forensic analysis, as well as knowledge of the mechanics of ad networks, tracking systems, or a variety of types of internet business models. This combination of experience litigating against the FTC/AGs and our firm’s concentrated experience with internet and technology legal matters sets us apart from other firms and leads to better results for our clients. We also regularly counsel clients on the implementation of thorough FTC compliance programs as a preventative measure.
We are relentless and aggressive litigators for our clients against the FTC and AGs, as the survival of our clients as businesses are often at stake. These are the reasons why clients have chosen our firm to represent them in these bet-the-company lawsuits.