11th Circ. To Hear LabMD, FTC Data Security Arguments
Law360, New York (August 20, 2014, 4:38 PM EDT) -- The Eleventh Circuit said Wednesday that it has decided to hold oral arguments on LabMD Inc.'s latest bid to halt the Federal Trade Commission from policing corporate data-security standards, a dispute which the appellate court has already once refused to entertain.
In a brief docket entry, the appellate court announced that it “has determined that oral arguments will be necessary in this case,” which LabMD mounted in May after a Georgia district court ruled that it lacked jurisdiction to consider whether the FTC had overstepped its statutory authority by bringing a closely-watched administrative proceeding accusing the laboratory of failing to implement...
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