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By Jeffrey Greenbaum
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration just issued a proposed rule requiring new warnings for cigarette advertising and packaging.
By Jeffrey Greenbaum
Yesterday, Twitter announced that it will no longer accept advertising from state-controlled news media entities.
By Jeffrey Greenbaum
Today, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo signed into law new legislation that prohibits boats from operating in the navigable waters of New York state
By Terri Seligman
Every summer, I have the pleasure and privilege of spending a couple of weeks with my family on Maine's Penobscot Peninsula.
By Jeffrey Greenbaum
Applying the "reasonable advertising lawyer standard," it doesn't seem like the FTC is giving advertisers a free pass here.
By Dorian Thomas
Eight YouTubers, including the creators of such channels as GlitterBombTV, Queer Kid Stuff, and Watts the Safeword, recently filed a class action
By Jeffrey Greenbaum
United States Senators Robert Menendez and Richard Blumenthal recently wrote to Amazon, asking questions about how Amazon determines
By Tricia L. Legittino
Frankfurt Kurnit's Employment Compliance, Training & Litigation Group will be holding roundtable discussions and workshops on the state of independent contractors in both New York and California.
By Jeffrey Greenbaum
The Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act generally requires premarket review of any new tobacco products.
By Jeffrey Greenbaum
Walmart is under fire again for the political messages on some of the t-shirts that are available for sale on its website.
By Jeffrey Greenbaum
Connecticut officials announced that the state has opened an investigation into health claims made by JUUL Labs.
By Craig Whitney
Those sculptural features include the banana's combination of colors, lines, shape, and length.
By Jeffrey Greenbaum
Last week, the U.K.'s Advertising Standards Authority issued a decision saying that using the hashtag disclosure #BrandAmbassador did not sufficiently disclose the influencer's relationship to the brand.
By Amelia Brankov
A new legal brawl between a musician and a painter raises an interesting question under the Copyright Act: what are the legal obligations of one who destroys another's art in order to create something that is arguably a new work?
By Jeffrey Greenbaum
The National Association of Attorneys General sent letters to companies that provide video on demand services asking them to adopt practices to protect kids from seeing tobacco-related content.
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