Accused Fraudster's Family Fights FTC Asset Seizures

Law360, New York (December 2, 2013, 4:26 PM EST) -- The wife and parents of alleged fraudster Jeremy Johnson asked a Nevada judge on Friday to halt the Federal Trade Commission’s efforts to seize millions in assets in connection with a massive deceptive marketing scheme of which Johnson stands accused.

Johnson’s relatives have been named alongside their various business entities as relief defendants in the litigation, and claim the FTC has failed to meet its burden of proof establishing that they do not have a legitimate claim to more than $2 million in assets the agency...
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