Carlay Co. v. Federal Trade Commission.
By United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit
- Release Date - Published: 1946-02-15
- Book Genre: Law
- Author: United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit
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Petitioners seek a review of an order of the Federal Trade Commission directing them to desist from disseminating advertisements which represent (a) that excessive weight may be removed from the human body through the use of petitioners product and weight reducing plan without restricting the diet and (b) that the removal of excess weight through the use of the product and plan is "easy". The order further directs that any advertisements shall disclose that the product and plan include adherence to "a restricted diet" and that such adherence is essential to weight reduction. The issue of fact arising upon this order is narrow, involving, as it does, merely determination of whether there was substantial evidence before the Commission to support the finding that petitioners weight reducing plan is not "easy" and does necessitate following a "restricted diet".
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