FTC Slams LabMD's Latest Bid To Skirt Data Security Row

Law360, New York (May 8, 2015, 5:02 PM EDT) -- The Federal Trade Commission has shot back at LabMD Inc.'s latest attempt to shut down the agency's data security suit against it, arguing the lab has wrongly accused the commission of misconduct in order to distract from the "voluminous evidence" the regulator has presented to support its case.

In an opposition filed Wednesday, FTC counsel responded to an April 24 motion filed by LabMD that argued that the administrative action should be tossed because the commission had failed to live up to its duty to ensure that the proceedings were free from the taint of "bias, prejudice or predecision."

The commission...

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