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By James Mariani
This is one of the most highly anticipated bills, especially for companies that are not consumer-facing.
By Jeffrey Greenbaum
Vermont Attorney General T.J. Donovan announced that his office has reached a settlement with DG Retail, LLC, also known as Dollar General, over allegations that the company violated Vermont's Consumer Protection Act.
By Terri Seligman
The FTC and the FDA announced today that they jointly sent warning letters to four companies that market flavored e-liquid products.
By Jeremy Goldman
I can't be the only U.S. lawyer who tends to tune out when hearing about legal developments in Europe.
By Jeffrey Greenbaum
Last week, United States Senator Richard Blumenthal wrote to the Federal Trade Commission, asking the agency to investigate the "misleading, predatory marketing practices" of companies that advertise "detox teas" as a tools for weight loss.
By Jeffrey Greenbaum
That was the one of the issues in a recent lawsuit brought against computer storage device maker Sandisk.
By Terri Seligman
These actions follow three in May also enforcing the CRFA.
By Lyric Kaplan
SB 220 takes effect on October 1, 2019, before CCPA's effective date of January 1, 2020.
By Edward Rosenthal
A Plaintiff Cannot Amend a Complaint to Add Newly Obtained Copyright Registrations.
By Kimberly Maynard
Style Pantry, LLC, a California-based fashion company associated with fashion blogger Folake Kuye Huntoon, recently secured a commitment from the International Trade Commission to investigate allegedly infringing uses ...
By Azita Iskandar
Generally, the person who creates a work is considered its "author" for copyright purposes.
By Jeffrey Greenbaum
Last week, Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey sued e-cigarette retailer Eonsmoke, alleging that the company illegally marketed its vaping products to children.
By Jeffrey Greenbaum
South Carolina recently enacted a new law which prohibits the advertising of lab-grown meat as "meat" or "clean meat."
By Terri Seligman
Free trials. Auto-renewals. Negative options. Continuity programs. ROSCA. You've seen these words a lot in this blog because of the surfeit of regulatory actions involving really shady marketers who take consumers' money...
By Jeffrey Greenbaum
The Federal Trade Commission announced today that it is rescinding its Guides for the Nursery Industry.
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