Law360 (July 14, 2021, 7:48 p.m. EDT) – Democrats at the Federal Trade Commission recently passed a number of key changes intended to ‘press the gas’ on consumer protection, as one expert. One of those moves has sparked consternation among Republican members of the FTC: Commissioners will now chair a particular type of regulation of agencies rather than in-house administrative judges.

The commission wasted no time in making a major overhaul of its regulatory process under a new Democratic majority, acting just over two weeks after Biden-appointed Lina Khan joined the FTC – and in became the president the same day. Other changes included in the July 1 redesign included removing limits …

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