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Consumer Advocates Press FTC on Right to Repair

Right to Repair laws remain of paramount importance to the auto glass industry. The consumer advocates Public Interest Research Group (PIRG) and its allies have pressed the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to move forward on Right to Repair regulations to … Continue reading

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FTC Targets Companies That Use Fake Online Reviews

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MA Right to Repair Law Headed to Trial

The issue of a consumer’s “right to repair” was in the news last week with the release of the Federal Trade Commission’s “Nixing the Fix” Report to Congress. Massachusetts has been “ground zero” on the issue with passage of voter … Continue reading

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FTC Highlights Burdens Placed by Repair Restrictions

“Furthermore, the burden of repair restrictions may fall more heavily on communities of color and lower-income communities.” That sentence, which was prominently placed by the Federal Trade Commission in the Executive Summary of their report submitted to Congress last week, … Continue reading

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FTC Report Cites Safelite Comments

Safelite, LKQ and others were among the companies highlighted by the Federal Trade Commission in its report to Congress last week as being critical of certain OEM practices of automobile manufacturers. The FTC report listed several ways in which manufacturers … Continue reading

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U.S. Report Finds Anti-Competitive Repair Restrictions

The U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) issued a report finding that product manufacturers engage in anti-competitive repair restrictions and that there is “scant evidence to support manufacturers’ justifications” for their ongoing practices. FTC found numerous types of restrictions imposed, including … Continue reading

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