McClintock to pay $66,000 to settle FTC charges

Ramey, Joanna
January 1995
WWD: Women's Wear Daily;1/27/1995, Vol. 169 Issue 18, p12
Trade Publication
Reports on Jessica McClintock Inc.'s payment of $66,000 to settle the Federal Trade Commission's (FTC) charges of alleged violation of federal care label regulations. FTC's claims that McClintock's care labels were not specific enough to keep garments from being damaged at the dry cleaner; Revisions of the Care Labeling Rule in 1984.


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