Inside FTC's New Rules For Investigations

Law360, New York (November 9, 2012, 11:48 AM EST) -- Effective Nov. 9, 2012, revised Federal Trade Commission rules went into effect concerning the procedures in Part 2 of the FTC’s rules of practice, dealing with compulsory process, including civil investigative demands and subpoenas, and in Part 4, dealing with attorney misconduct. Among the revisions, the revised Part 2 rules codify existing FTC practices for the collection and production of electronically stored information, and they expand the FTC’s requirements relating to the preparation of privilege logs.

Other revisions to Part 2 include changing the procedures applicable...
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