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Justice Department and Federal Partners Announce Enforcement Actions of Dietary Supplement Cases

About the Branch

For more than 40 years, the Consumer Protection Branch has worked to protect the health, safety, and economic security of the American consumer. The Consumer Protection Branch leads the Justice Department’s efforts to enforce consumer protection statutes throughout the United States.

The Consumer Protection Branch cases are rooted in our nation’s fundamental consumer protection laws, establishing crucial precedents and protecting American consumers from threats to their health, safety, and wallet.


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Date Press Release Partner Agecy
2015-04-13 California Man Sentenced to Prison for Odometer Fraud Scheme NHTSA
2015-03-16 Car Salesman Sentenced to Prison for Odometer Fraud Scheme NHTSA
2015-01-06 Used Motor Vehicle Dealers Indicted for Odometer Tampering and Money Laundering NHTSA
2015-12-08 United States Files Consent Decree of Permanent Injunction Against Vermont Dairy Farm to Stop Distribution of Adulterated Food and Unlawful Administration of Veterinary Drugs FDA
2015-11-17 Justice Department and Federal Partners Announce Enforcement Actions of Dietary Supplement Cases FDA
2015-12-01 Dietary Supplement Manufacturer Pleads Guilty to Criminal Contempt of Court FDA
2015-02-26 Law Enforcement and Non-Profits Meet to Halt Scams Targeting Specific Groups of Americans FTC
2015-11-17 Justice Department and Federal Partners Announce Enforcement Actions of Dietary Supplement Cases FTC
2015-06-01 Two Individuals Plead Guilty to Conspiring to Defraud Consumers through Fraudulent Debt Relief Services Firms FTC