Little FTC Acts

May 2013
American Agent & Broker;May2013, Vol. 84 Issue 5, p40
The article discusses the U.S. state consumer protection laws and the impact of the law on the licensed professionals and insurance producers. It states about the Federal Trade Commission Act (FTC) and professional liability insurance (PLI). It discusses several court cases related to the Consumer Fraud Act. including Plemmons v. Blue Chip Insurance Services Inc., Frahm v. Urkovich, and Short v. Demopolis.


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