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By Terri Seligman
I have a hate-love thing with the NYC subway.
By James Mariani
Once upon a time, Larry Page said "you can't have privacy without security." California clearly agrees and may test the sincerity of Mr. Page and other tech leaders innovating in the field...
By Dorian Thomas
As our readers are aware, we frequently report on food and beverage related matters. After a long, hot summer we thought it was particularly timely to provide a refreshing serving...
By Rachel Santori
In 2016, Beyoncé filed suit against Feyoncé, a merchandise and apparel line for engaged couples, claiming the FEYONCÉ brand infringes Beyoncé's rights in her name.
By Jeffrey Greenbaum
A recent closing letter from the Federal Trade Commission serves as a reminder to advertisers that the FTC's "Made in USA" ...
By Brian Murphy
It's not often that we get to blog about gun advertising and the First (not Second) Amendment.
By Jordyn Eisenpress
A Rhode Island court recently dismissed claims against a consumer products blogger.
By Jeffrey Greenbaum
The FTC announced that it will hold a public workshop related to the online event ticket marketplace on March 27, 2019.
By Jeffrey Greenbaum
The Federal Trade Commission announced today that it is repealing the Picture Tube Rule.
By Jordyn Eisenpress
The line between mere puffery and an actionable advertising claim is often quite blurred.
By Terri Seligman
The Food and Drug Administration has issued a notice inviting comments on the labeling of plant-based products with names that include the names of dairy foods such as "milk," "cultured milk," "yogurt," and "cheese."
By Wendy Stryker
Many New York employers are days away from a number of important compliance deadlines relating to the recently enacted New York State anti-sexual harassment laws...
By Jeffrey Greenbaum
The DISCUS, the trade association that represents producers and marketers of distilled spirits in the United States, has a "Code of Responsible Practices for Beverage Alcohol Advertising and Marketing."
By James Mariani
As predicted, the Federal Trade Commission ("FTC") is keeping track of misrepresentations regarding privacy shield certification and compliance, and taking violations seriously.
By Jeffrey Greenbaum
In its Guides for the Use of Environmental Marketing Claims, the Federal Trade Commission advises that it is deceptive to advertise that a product offers a general environmental benefit.
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