Attorney General Paxton’s Consumer Protection Division Wins FTC’s Partner Award for Outstanding Collaborative Work


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FTC Regional Director Dama Brown and Consumer Protection Division Chief Paul Singer.

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton announced that the Consumer Protection Division of his office was awarded the Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) Partner Award in recognition of outstanding work to combat fraud and deception in the marketplace. Jurisprudence Section Fellow Paul Singer serves as the Division Chief and accepted the award on its behalf.

“We are honored that the Federal Trade Commission recognized the hard work of our Consumer Protection Division to ensure a fair marketplace for Texas consumers,” Attorney General Paxton said. “The men and women of this office are deeply dedicated to the law and fully deserve this recognition. We thank the FTC and look forward to continuing to work with it to protect Texans.”

Congratulations, Paul!