FTC Defense Lawyer

Get the best FTC defense lawyers on your side! The FTC has the power to take over your business, freeze assets, and even repossess or force the sale of homes, cars, and other valuables.

Gordon Law Group has negotiated settlements for pennies on the dollar—and we’re one of the few firms to successfully reverse an asset freeze and receivership in court against the FTC.

3 easy steps to defend your business from FTC actions

  1. Schedule a confidential consultation with our skilled FTC defense lawyers
  2. We conduct a full legal review of the marketing materials in question and determine your best course of action
  3. We aggressively pursue the quickest, most budget-friendly resolution for your business

Contact Gordon Law Group

Submit your information to schedule a confidential consultation, or call us at (847) 580-1279

What can an FTC defense lawyer do for you?

Our FTC defense law team will fight to resolve your dispute in the quickest, most affordable way possible. The FTC can be a ruthless opponent, so if the agency is knocking on your door, it’s crucial to have an experienced attorney on your side. 

We’ll aggressively protect your business, minimize disruption, and secure your most favorable outcome. We’ve helped our clients:

  • Reverse an FTC asset freeze and receivership
  • Avoid long, expensive court proceedings by negotiating consent orders
  • Settle with the FTC for $0 out of pocket
  • Negotiate reduced monitoring and reporting requirements in FTC defense cases

The stakes are sky-high for your business

The FTC has the power to take over your business, freeze assets, and even repossess or force the sale of homes, cars, and other valuables.

When the FTC files a federal lawsuit to enforce advertising regulations, their typical first course of action is attempting (and, more often than not, succeeding!) to freeze your business’s funds. 

This is almost always done ex parte, meaning you won’t be informed or have a chance to defend yourself until it’s too late. The FTC will also seek to appoint a receiver to temporarily control your business and its assets, keeping a tight hold on your funds to ensure consumers can be compensated.

To put it simply, the FTC will try to take control of your finances immediately. In doing so, they can cripple your business by freezing the funds that you could otherwise use to defend yourself. 

When it comes to FTC defense, our first order of business is to act quickly and aggressively to prevent this step. We’ve even successfully reversed a $4 million asset freeze in court against the FTC. 

Next, we’ll negotiate a consent order or legal settlement with your most favorable outcome. We’ve secured settlements with reduced FTC reporting requirements and even $0 out-of-pocket costs. 

If the FTC is breathing down your neck, you can’t afford to wait. Call our experienced FTC defense lawyers now for a confidential consultation.

Did the FTC send you an investigation notice? We can help

The Federal Trade Commission is the nation’s consumer watchdog. It’s the agency responsible for protecting the people’s interests when it comes to truth-in-advertising standards. FTC agents are also the ones who will come after businesses for indulging in questionable promotional schemes or marketing tactics, like negative option marketing and deceptive payment schemes.

While investigating suspected Internet-related advertising violations, the FTC might:

  • Freeze a company’s assets
  • Appoint a receiver to control your finances
  • Require you to pay restitution to consumers

They can even refer cases to the Department of Justice for criminal prosecution. This could be a significant infringement on your quality of life, and it can hinder your ability to make a living.

Because there are so many different types of actions that the FTC and states’ attorney generals could investigate, it’s important to get advice from an attorney who has experience in these types of cases. Some of the common FTC cases include infringements of the CAN-SPAM Act and the Consumer Credit Protection Act.

If you’re facing this type of investigation, consult an FTC defense lawyer. In the pro-consumer, pro-regulation environment of today, resources favor the party with the financial and legal resources to pursue claims. The government has an unlimited amount of legal and financial resources to pursue a claim. So, it would be impossible to defend yourself without the help of an attorney.

Call today to schedule a confidential consultation with our experienced attorneys.

Connect with an FTC defense and compliance lawyer

Are you overwhelmed by the list of FTC advertising and marketing rules? Don’t have time to sift through thousands of legalese-laden pages?

No worries. That’s where we come in.

Gordon Law Group works closely with businesses and marketers on Federal Trade Commission (FTC) compliance issues. If you’ve received an investigation notification, we know what to do.

Need an FTC marketing compliance review? We’ve got you covered. Whatever FTC compliance or defense issues land on your doorstep, chances are we’ve seen it before. We can review ads for legal compliance before they get published, and we can perform a risk analysis as well. Our firm will review your ad for anything that could be seen as misleading, misrepresented, or inaccurate endorsements or promises.

We’ve also helped many businesses develop in-house standards for advertising. This is important as a defense against alleged violations, because ads can be reviewed before they are sent to an FTC defense lawyer. Having an in-house system can save a great deal of time and money. It establishes a set of standards to which your organization adheres, and it can be helpful should an investigation take place.

Give us a call today. We’ll review your situation and determine your options. We’re looking forward to helping you sort out your FTC legal challenge.

Want a legal review of your marketing materials before disaster strikes? Get a full advertising compliance review from our experienced attorneys!

Highly experienced FTC defense lawyers

We’ve helped clients with all types of FTC defense cases, including: 

  • False advertising
  • Unfair business practices
  • Consumer fraud
  • Internet marketing
  • Health products
  • Consumer credit
  • Business opportunities

We also have the ability to handle a new type of FTC claim. They have started to go after companies for exhibiting poor security and privacy records. The issues related to cases of this sort require knowledge of the technological aspects and challenges associated with today’s data security practices.

Our firm has extensive experience in handling FTC and state government investigations. We have either represented or have provided on-call counsel for many companies that have appeared on the Forbes Top 500 list across various industries, including the technology field.

If you or company are facing litigation by the FTC, having legal representation at the beginning can help you avoid any mistakes that could jeopardize your case. Some of the common FTC actions could be temporarily halted if your interests are being represented by the right legal counsel.

If you want to find a qualified FTC defense lawyer, contact us today to schedule a consultation. Gordon Law Group is committed to protecting your rights, your assets, and your peace of mind.

FTC defense lawyer: Alternatives to litigation

We understand that if you’re facing an FTC investigation, you just want the problem to go away so you can focus on what matters to you. That’s why we work hard to settle your case outside of court. This can result in a reduction of both civil and criminal penalties, but it can also avoid further investigative measures.

It can also reduce the time and expense involved in building a case and scheduling expert witnesses. It can also reduce the effort involved if it goes to trial. Because these cases can carry stiff penalties, it can reduce your risk of further liabilities. We have been successful in negotiating outside-the-courtroom deals with federal, state, and local regulatory agencies.

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