With respect to process reform, Simons stated that the FTC is reviewing the manner in which it pursues civil investigatory demands. “You have to write them in the right way, you have to get the company to do what it needs to do,” he said. “The way you write it is important and enforcing it is important.”
The hearing can be seen, here.
Richard B. Newman is an FTC defense lawyer at Hinch Newman LLP.
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