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By Jeffrey Greenbaum
What is an advertiser's disclosure obligation if some parts of its supply chain may include slave labor or child labor? That's the issue in a recent series of cases decided by the 9th Circuit.
By Jeffrey Greenbaum
A recent decision by a federal court in Missouri found that certain Missouri restrictions on alcohol price advertising violate the First Amendment.
By Jeffrey Greenbaum
New York City's new rules governing marketing practices by used car dealers went into effect late last month.
By Terri Seligman
Vermont has enacted a new law that arguably requires marketers to do even more than ROSCA and California when signing up consumers to an automatically renewing agreement.
By Jeffrey Greenbaum
Flat Tummy Co is facing criticism after launching a large pink billboard in New York City's Times Square which features a young woman and the copy
By Terri Seligman
As I blogged about earlier, the famous Maine sporting goods seller, L.L. Bean, was hit with a consumer class action complaint in Massachusetts ...
By Jeffrey Greenbaum
It's always interesting to see how other countries address issues related to taste and cultural concerns in advertising.
By Wendy Stryker
In May, we circulated an update about New York State and New York City's new anti-harassment laws and how to comply with them.
By Terri Seligman
In a somewhat unusual case, NAD determined that Tyson Foods "did not materially alter or enhance" the appearance of its Hillshire Farm Ultra Thin Oven Roasted Turkey Breast...
By Wendy Stryker
New York employers can take several steps to implement the new requirements of the New York State and New York City anti-harassment laws.
By James Mariani
The Children's Advertising Review Unit ("CARU") of the Council of Better Business Bureaus recently told StarMaker Interactive that because its StarMaker karaoke app was directed to children
By Rick Kurnit
Do not assume that clearing the right to use a photograph is sufficient copyright clearance.
By Jeffrey Greenbaum
Earlier this month, the FTC issued a letter to Williams-Sonoma, Inc., indicating that it had closed its investigation into whether the company made deceptive U.S.-origin claims.
By James Mariani
For the fourth time, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has reached a consent agreement with a company for alleged misrepresentations regarding Privacy Shield certification.
By James Mariani
For the fourth time, the Federal Trade Commission ("FTC") has reached a consent agreement with a company for alleged misrepresentations regarding Privacy Shield certification.
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