[Judgment in Federal Trade Commission v. OMICS Group]

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"The Court finds that a permanent injunction against Defendants is appropriate under the circumstances to enjoin them from engaging in similar misleading and deceptive activities. Here, Defendants did not participate in an isolated, discrete incident of deceptive publishing, but rather sustained and continuous conduct over the course of years. An injunction is therefore necessary to prevent future misconduct and protect the public interest....

Where, as here, consumers suffer broad economic injury resulting from a defendant’s violations of the FTC Act, equity requires monetary relief in the full amount lost by consumers....Accordingly, the Court finds Defendants jointly and severally liable for restitution in the amount of $50,130,811.00...."



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Date tagged:

04/03/2019, 13:41

Date published:

04/03/2019, 09:41