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United States of America before the Federal Trade Commission

By: Gregory P. Stone

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I. INTRODUCTION AND SUMMARY OF ARGUMENT Respondent Rambus Inc. (Rambus) submits this memorandum in response to the motion by the Department of Justice (DOJ) to prevent discovery by Rambus into issues relating to price-fixing by DRAM manufacturers. The DOJ contends that Rambus's discovery will interfere with an ongoing criminal investigation by the DOJ and a federal grand jury. The DOJ's motion should be denied. It is well settled that a stay of civil discovery, pending t...

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Avoid Charity Fraud

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With more than 700,000 charities soliciting contributions, it pays to be cautious when making a donation. Here are some tips to help you give wisely: ! Ask for written information. A legitimate charity will tell you how your donation will be used and provide proof that it is tax deductible.

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Survey Samples and Results

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Instruction: Is the site likely to be of interest to consumers? If YES, GO to home page and PRINT home page. ATTACH home page to this Survey Form. Then GO to Part 11. If NO, STOP HERE. RECORD NON to left of ID Number. Then GO to your next assigned URL.

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United States of America before Federal Trade Commission

By: Bradley S. Albert

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COMPLAINT COUNSEL'S FIRST REQUESTS FOR ADMISSIONS TO RESPONDENT ANDRX CORPORATION: Pursuant to Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Rules of Practice for Adjudicative Proceedings 3.32, Complaint counsel submit these requests for admissions to respondent Andrx Corporation. Andrx is requested to respond, in writing, to the following requests for admissions within twenty (20) days after service hereof.

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United States District Court Southern District of Florida Case No....

By: Federal Trade Commission

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CIVIL CONTEMPT ORDER THIS CAUSE is before the Court upon an evidentiary hearing that was held on September 10, 2003. The purpose of the hearing was to determine whether Respondents Ameritel Payphone Distributors, Jne, (Ameritel), Roy 8. Goodman, Lenora Kaus, Nathan Matalon, Kimberly Matalon, Public Telephone Corporation C'PTC). Jakina Consulting Corp. (Jakina), and American Payphone Distributors, L.L.C. ( American Payphone should be held in civil contempt for violating t...

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United States of America before Federal Trade Commission

By: Peter D. Bernstein

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RESPONDENT'S SECOND REQUEST FOR THE PRODUCTION OF DOCUMENTS Pursuant to Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Rules of Practice for Adjudicative Proceedings (Rule of Practice) $3.37, Respondent Aventis Pharmaceuticals, Inc., formerly known as Hoechst Marion Roussel, Inc., by counsel, submits these requests for production of documents to the FTC.

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Made in Usa

By: House Bill

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Dear Federal Trade Commission, Please Preserve the Made in USA Label Restrictions As Is...

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Alliance Laundry Systems Is America's Largest Commercial Laundry E...

By: Kim M. Shady

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Alliance Laundry Systems is America's largest commercial laundry equipment manufacturer. Unimac is the brand that has #1 marketshare for On Premises Laundries. Included in this category are professional cleaners, where we have a substantial marketshare due to our technology driven performance. In fact, two technologies described in the amendments are items that Unimac introduced to the market and have driven our strong sales ever since(frequency drives and microprocessor controls).

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Before the Federal Trade Commission Comments of American Business ...

By: David R. Straus

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These comments are submitted in response to the Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (the ?ANPR?) issued by the Federal Trade Commission on March 11, 2004, 69 Fed. Reg. 11776-82, proposing regulations and soliciting comments on various provisions of the Controlling the Assault of Non-Solicited Pornography and Marketing Act of 2003 (the ?CAN-SPAM Act? or the ?Act?). The ANPR specifically called for comments at this time on issues associated with implementation of a ?nati...

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Re: Can-Spam Act Rulemaking, Project No. R411008

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To the Commissioners; I respect and admire the intent of your efforts to control spam, but, the very fact that you are even considering implementing such draconian measures as the proposed suppression lists suggests that you are, collectively at a loss as to how to control the problem of spam. It would seem that the intent is to protect businesses, consumers and everyone that uses email in a proper way, from the clogging up of our inboxes, and the costs and frustrations ...

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United States of America before Federal Trade Commission

By: Robert D. Paul

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UPSHER-SMITH'S MOTION TO COMPEL COMPLAINT COUNSEL TO PRODUCE PRIOR TESTIMONY OF LAWRENCE ROSENTHAL Upsher-Smith hereby moves to compel Complaint Counsel to produce all prior testimony and other statements obtained in this and prior matters from their fact witness Lawrence Rosenthal.

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Re: Can-Spam Act Rulemaking, Project No. R411008

By: John A. Mccabe

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I applaud your efforts to curb the problem of unsolicited bulk email. However, 9 am concerned about the proposed requirement for merchants to maintain suppression lists. Like many of the drug ads on television, it seems that the proposed cure could be worse than the disease. There are so many problems and costs associated with this idea, and so much damage done to consumers and businesses alike, that I feel I must urge you to consider this matter most carefully. Requirem...

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United States of America before the Federal Trade Commission

By: John W. Nields, Jr.

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Respondents schering plough corporation and upsher smith laboratories lnc reseetfully submrt this motion to strike the supplemental report of professor max H. Bazeman (exhibit A), and any testimony related thereto.

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Re: Bill No. S04522 (New York Motor Fuel Marketing Practices Act);...

By: Joseph J. Simons

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Dear Governor Pataki: The staff of the Office of Policy Planning and of the Bureau of Competition of the Federal Trade Commission welcome the opportunity to submit this letter in response to your request for comments on the ?New York Motor Fuel Marketing Practices Act? (the MFMPA?), Bill No. S04522, and the amendment to Section 199-a of the General Business Law (the ?Amendment?), Bill No. A06942.1 The MFMPA would prohibit, inter alia, refiners and nonrefiners of motor fu...

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Digital Demand : Demand for Digital Cameras on Ebay

By: Christopher P. Adams

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The paper estimates the demand for new digital cameras sold in eBay auctions. EBay data seems to offer significant advantages over traditional transactions data for estimating demand for differentiated products. However, there are a number of concerns including censoring bias and the interpretation of the bidding behavior. This paper presents results from three different methods for estimating demand for differentiated products on eBay. The results suggest that the deman...

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United States of America before Federal Trade Commission

By: Claudia I. Zuckerman

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MOTION OF THE UNITED STATES FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION TO QUASH SUBPOENA SERVED BY AVENTIS PHARMACEUTICALS, INC. Pursuant to $ 3.34(c) of the Federal Trade Commission's Rules of Practice, 16 C.F.R. $ 3.34(c), nonparty United States Food and Drug Administration respectfully moves to quash the subpoena duces tecum served on it by Aventis Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (formerly Hoechst Marion Roussell, Inc.), in this proceeding. The grounds for this motion are set forth in the accompanying Memorandum.

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United States of America before Federal Trade Commission

By: James C. Mcmahon

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RESPONDENT KENTUCKY HOUSEHOLD GOODS CARRERS ASSOCIATION, INC.' S OPPOSITION TO COMPLAINT COUNSEL'S MOTION TO CONSOLIDATE Respondent Kentucky Household Goods Carriers Association, Inc. (Kentucky Association), by its attorney, James C. McMahon, submits this Opposition to Complaint Counsel' s Motion to Consolidate this proceeding with two (2) other presently pending proceedings.

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United States of America Federal Trade Commission

By: Donald S. Clark

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The Federal Trade Commission, having reason to believe that Sharp Electronics Corp., a corporation, (respondent), has violated the provisions of the Federal Trade Commission Act, and it appearing to the Commission that this proceeding is in the public interest, alleges: 1. Respondent Sharp Electronics Corp. is a New York corporation with its principal office or place of business at Sharp Plaza, Mahwah, New Jersey 07430-2135. -- 2. Respondent has advertised, labeled, offe...

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Complaint Counsel's Motion to Append Inadvertently Omitted Exhibit...

By: Gwen L. Fanger

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On Friday, November 14 2003, complaint counsel filed our opposition to respondent' motion to extend discovery and hearng date (opp,osition motion). Unfortnately, shortly after the Secretar s office lqsed that Friday, we discovered that Exhibit A referred to in footnote 6 \1. ofthe opposition motion, was inadvertently omitted ftom the fiing. Accordingly, we respectfully request that Your Honor accept the attached copy of?'Exhibit A and append it to our opposition motion.

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Re: Facta Free File Disclosures Proposed Rule, Matter No. R 411005

By: Carol J. Ornelas

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INTRODUCTION: Equifax Information Services LLC is a consumer reporting agency that furnishes consumer reports to its financial institution customers, other businesses that have a permissible purpose as defined in the FCRA, and consumers. We are a subsidiary of Equifax Inc., a 105-year-old company and member of the Standard & Poor?s (S&P) 500 Index, a global leader in turning information into intelligence, serving customers across a wide range of industries and markets, i...

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