FTC finalizes new rules related to Part 2 (non-adjudicative) investigations and attorney conduct

On 20 September 2012, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced final changes to its internal Rules of Practice regarding Part 2 (non-adjudicative) investigations and attorney conduct. The new rules are intended to streamline investigations and keep up with advances in e-discovery. Although clients are unlikely to notice any significant departure from the FTC’s current practices, a few changes are noteworthy, if only for the fact that the FTC found a need to codify current practices into formal rules.

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