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An update on Innovative Marketing

July 25th 2013 in Uncategorized

Remember Innovative Marketing? Judgment was filed against Kristy Ross in September last year, finding her jointly and severally liable with Innovative Marketing, Sam Jain and Daniel Sundin for $163,167,539.95.

Ross has appealed, making (as described by the FTC) an “astounding—and false—argument that the district court never decided that the advertisements were deceptive”.

The FTC goes on to say that “Ms. Ross also urges the Court to reject liability standards for 

FTC actions crafted over thirty years and applied uniformly in every court of appeals to have considered them.”

And so the legal merry-go-round continues.


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