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Is "Manuka" Honey Only Made From the Manuka Flower?
Manuka honey is a sought-after honey that is produced from the nectar in the flowers of the manuka tree.
United States
1 Jul 2019
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Is "More" Puffery?
A lawsuit in the Northern District of Illinois between credit score companies, Fair Isaac Corporation v. Trans Union, includes a short but interesting discussion about puffery.
United States
5 Apr 2019
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Are Retailers Responsible For Advertising Claims On The Packaging Of The Products They Sell In Their Stores?
The court said that simply selling the products in-store was not enough.
United States
12 Mar 2019
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If A Candy Is Fruit-Flavored, Does That Mean That It's All-Natural?
That was the issue in a recent case brought against Starbucks.
United States
11 Mar 2019
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Do "Grass-Fed Cows" Eat Other Stuff Too?
The court granted the motion to dismiss.
United States
18 Feb 2019
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Is "Under One Roof" Puffery?
It is often difficult to determine whether the statements you make in advertising are claims that require substantiation or whether they are simply puffery.
United States
17 Jan 2019
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Are Those "Whole Grain" Crackers Made Only (Or Mostly) With Whole Grain?
What does it mean when you sell "whole grain" crackers?
United States
7 Jan 2019
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Can You Call Your Product "Natural" If It Includes Chemicals? (Spoiler Alert -- Sometimes, Yes)
What does it mean to consumers when you've got "natural" in your product name? Can the product still include trace amounts of chemicals?
United States
17 Dec 2018
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What's An "OEM Part"? Let The Jury Decide . . .
Sometimes, it takes a jury to determine whether an advertiser made a false claim. That's what happened in Evoqua Water Technologies v. M.W. Watermark.
United States
19 Nov 2018
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Want To Run An Offensive Ad On A Bus?
Television networks and other commercial advertising platforms have wide latitude to reject advertisements because of taste ...
United States
17 Oct 2018
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Court Dismisses False Sale Advertising Claim Against LensCrafters
In Seegert v. Luxottica, the plaintiff alleged that eyeglass retailer LensCrafters violated California law by advertising a product as "40% off" when the product was never really sold for the original price.
United States
27 Jul 2018
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Federal Court Strikes Down Missouri Alcohol Price Advertising Rules
A recent decision by a federal court in Missouri found that certain Missouri restrictions on alcohol price advertising violate the First Amendment.
United States
20 Jul 2018
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Court Says That "Durable," "Tougher Than Ever," And "Guaranteed To Last" Are Not Puffery
It's often difficult to determine where to draw the line between advertising claims and puffery. A recent case from the federal district court in New Jersey provides some helpful guidance.
United States
9 Apr 2018
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FTC Brings Action Against Glue Manufacturer Over "Made In USA" Claims
When can a marketer claim that its products are "Made in the USA" if the products contain foreign materials? A recent FTC action provides guidance. Here's what happened.
United States
12 Feb 2016
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