Date: September 20, 2013

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Federal Trade Commission
v. LabMd
– Regulatory Reform

11th Circuit Federal Court of Appeals (Georgia)

NFIB Small Business Legal Center
filed in this case to affirm our position that the Federal Trade Commission
(FTC) lacks statutory authority to regulate data security standards. Yet even
if governing statutes are construed as allowing FTC some regulatory authority
in setting data security standards, the Legal Center argues that any imposed
standard must be reasonable. Specifically, the Legal Center argues that any
regulation must give advance notice of what is expected and that FTC should not
be allowed to impose a one-size fits all strict liability standard because that
would present serious problems for small businesses. 

Status: PENDING. Amicus
brief filed 12/28/16.

Scapa Dryer Fabrics, Inc.
v. Knight
– Legal Reform
Georgia Supreme Court – 5/15/15

The Legal Center joined a coalition brief asking the state supreme court to
overturn an appellate decision that upheld an award of more than $4 million to
a retired sheet metal worker and his wife. The plaintiff here did not exhibit
symptoms of mesothelioma until decades after his initial asbestos exposure.


you have a case that impacts small business, please contact us at
1-800-552-NFIB or email us at [email protected] as we are actively looking
for opportunities to weigh in on important issues in this state. NFIB Small
Business Legal Center is involved in many cases that impact this state and
others; to see our complete list of Supreme Court cases click on Washington, DC
on the interactive map.




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