FTC Oversight: The JS&A Case : Report on Oversight of the Federal Trade Commission Investigation of Alleged Violations of the Mail Order Rule by the Joseph Sugarman and Associates Group, Inc
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Energy and Commerce. Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1981 - Mail-order business - 36 pages
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$20 million 60 days advised agencies appears Attorney Battle Report BOB WHITTAKER Bureau of Consumer Chairman change the charge Chicago Office Chicago Regional Office Comic Book Commission complaints against JS&A compliance comply Consumer Protection customers delay notices Department of Justice Dingell Discussion DMMA DON RITTER enforcement evidence excessive penalty fact Federal Trade Commission files FTC Official FTC Revolt FTC staff FTC's investigation Golden Fifty Grimm investigation of JS&A involved Joseph Sugarman JS&A's counsel Judge Flaum June 11 late delivery letter dated Linda Dorian litigation mail order complaints mail order firm Mail Order Rule matter meeting memorandum merchandise MIKE SYNAR Moreover October Oversight Paul Turley penalty figure personnel persons problem period proposed recommended record Regional Director request response RON WYDEN sent September 18 settled settlement shipment Stanke Subcommittee finds Subcommittee notes Subcommittee staff submitted subpoena Sugarman Allegation Sugarman statement Turley's U.S. District Court violations warranty wrongdoing