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By Jeffrey Greenbaum
She also said the FTC should look into how e-cigarettes are being marketed online and whether the advertising is deceptive.
By Terri Seligman
The FTC has recently announced the settlement of an action involving a work-from-home scheme.
By Jeffrey Greenbaum
The FTC announced that, as part of its Hearings Initiative, "The FTC's Role in a Changing World," it will hold hearings on the FTC's international work.
By Jeffrey Greenbaum
The Global Advertising Lawyers Alliance just released the second edition of Advertising Law: A Global Legal Perspective. The new edition -- which is more than one thousand pages long
By Jeffrey Greenbaum
The court granted the motion to dismiss.
By Rick Kurnit
I recently noted that a federal district court in New York held that models who were not sufficiently famous to be generally recognized failed to state a claim under the Lanham Act for the unauthorized use of their image in advertising for gentlemen's clubs.
By Jeffrey Greenbaum
When a company sues a competitor for allegedly making false "made in the USA" claims, will the court consider the standards set forth in FTC's Enforcement Policy Statement on U.S. Origin Claims?
By Terri Seligman
The Federal Trade Commission announced today that it has completed its first review of the CAN-SPAM Rule, and voted to keep it with no changes.
By Jeffrey Greenbaum
Last week, the Food and Drug Administration and the Federal Trade Commission jointly sent warning letters to three companies who are marketing dietary supplements as treatment for Alzheimer's disease and other illnesses.
By Jeffrey Greenbaum
According the media reports, the Colorado State Senate is expected to pass a measure that would require additional disclosures in connection with political advertising.
By Jeffrey Greenbaum
So, a woman starts to walk up the stairs of a subway station in New York City and sees an advertisement for the show Dexter featuring a large photograph of Michael C. Hall wrapped in plastic.
By Terri Seligman
NAD has just examined, for the first time, the extent to which an advertiser is responsible for claims made by consumers via reviews posted on third-party retail sites and known by the advertiser to be inaccurate or unsupported.
By Jeffrey Greenbaum
Loft pulled the advertising and issued a statement apologizing.
By Lyric Kaplan, Amy Lawrence
They also asked for clarification as to whether de-identified and aggregate data is excluded.
By Terri Seligman
The plaintiff, GOLO, owns and sells a weight loss program.
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