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Food Choice Logos Under Full Development
The blue and green tick marks on food packaging.
Netherlands
5 Mar 2019
2
The Right Actor(s) For The Part?
Shawshank Redemption without Morgan Freeman, or Forrest Gump without Tom Hanks? Unthinkable! In most films, there's only one person who can play the lead to perfection.
Netherlands
12 Dec 2018
3
PR Agency: Hefty Fine For Breach Of Ban On Drugs Advertising
There is a ban against advertising drugs to the general public. The Dutch Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport (VWS) takes strong action and imposes fines of up to Ä450,000 per infringement.
Netherlands
12 Dec 2018
4
On Copyright Without Flavor
When you sit in a restaurant, you're surrounded by copyright protected works: the art on the walls, the restaurant's logo on the menu and in some cases even the dining tables and chairs.
Netherlands
12 Dec 2018
5
Making The Earth Happier...
A brochure for a sustainable solar boiler contains an environmental claim. In summertime, the solar panels heat the solar boiler.
Netherlands
12 Dec 2018
6
What Does 'Skinny Orange' Mean?
What ingredients do you think are in the product below on the left? No, don't keep reading, I really want your opinion. Go on.
Netherlands
3 Oct 2018
7
The Best TV: Advertising Language Or Literal Claim
The finest', Ďthe most delicious', Ďthe absolute best'. These are expressions you often see in advertisements. Advertisers are given a lot of leeway to use superlatives ...
Netherlands
3 Oct 2018
8
(Surreptitious) Advertisement For A Medication
The Dutch Advertising Code Committee (Reclame Code Commissie, RCC), received a complaint about communications in a brochure and on the website of the Stichting Bewegen Zonder Pijn (SBZP).
Netherlands
3 Oct 2018
9
Limited Freedom For Advertisement Involving The Five Freedoms
Corporate social responsibility is a hot topic. It is no coincidence that more and more companies are proud to be Ďresponsible', Ďclimate-neutral', and Ďgreen'.
Netherlands
3 Oct 2018
10
CBD Oil To Combat Exam Stress
In a television commercial, a cool teenager confides that he is extremely tense about his final exams. Luckily, he has Original Clear Mind ...
Netherlands
2 Oct 2018
11
Designing A Label: Peanuts?
The label for this product didn't mention the quantity of peanuts and hazelnuts, however. A good enough reason for Foodwatch to put in its complaint.
Netherlands
3 Aug 2018
12
ECHR, Sekmadienis - Commercial Freedom Of Expression Is Freedom Of Expression Too
The ECHR felt the arguments were too vague and general. Sekmadienis's commercial freedom of expression won the day.
Netherlands
3 Aug 2018
13
The Battle Of The Toothbrushes, Between P & G & Philips
In April 2018, the District Court of Rotterdam ruled on the toothbrush skirmish between Philips and P&G.
Netherlands
3 Aug 2018
14
Cosmetics Ad For Biodermal 60+ Cream
It's OK to use 'ad-speak' in advertising, certainly with cosmetics. Consumers are fully aware that they'll often see advertising hyperbole at work. But factual descriptions of effects have to be true.
Netherlands
3 Aug 2018
15
Sustainable For People, Animals & The Environment
The 'Doe Maar Lekker Duurzaam' ('Just Go Sustainable') campaign calls on consumers to buy sustainable products more often.
Netherlands
8 Feb 2018
16
Online Sales Of Baby Food: Foodwatch vs. Webshops
The complaints were targeted against the offer of baby food in a number of webshops.
Netherlands
27 Oct 2017
17
Lookalike Max: An Expensive Joke For Picnic?
The Amsterdam District Court found in favour of Max Verstappen in the action on the merits against Picnic.
Netherlands
27 Oct 2017
18
Lookalike Case: Max Verstappen's Management Unsuccessful For Now
In the autumn of 2016 the pride of the Netherlands, Max Verstappen, appeared in a television ad for Jumbo.
Netherlands
18 Aug 2017
19
CJEU Rules On Copyright Protection In The Online Environment
Recently the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) issued an important ruling for copyright holders, providers of online platforms and intermediaries dealing with copyright protection...
European Union
24 Jul 2017
20
Software Licensees Should Review Software Licences To Address Risks Of Indirect Use
Recently a UK court ruled in favour of the software licensor SAP against Diageo in a case concerning Diageo's indirect use of SAP software.
Netherlands
23 Mar 2017
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