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By Terri Seligman, Matthew R.D. Vittone
Recent developments demonstrate the FTC's continued interest in social media endorsements. First, in an effort to provide additional guidance on its endorsement policies, the FTC again updated its Endorsement Guide FAQs.
By Jeffrey Greenbaum, Terri Seligman, Matthew R.D. Vittone
Recently, the FTC announced a set of internal reforms intended to improve the process by which the Commission investigates unfair, deceptive and fraudulent business practices.
By Catherine M.C. Farrelly, Danielle E. Maggiacomo
Here's a summary of what the scams look like and what you should do about them.
By Nicole Hyland, Ronald Minkoff, John Harris, Richard Maltz, Tyler Maulsby
Recently the New York State Bar Ethics Committee issued a pair of opinions about the limitations on a lawyer's ability to take advantage of certain on-line legal marketing services.
By Donna A. Tobin, Dorna Mohaghegh
Kimball also counterclaimed — challenging the validity of Epstein's mark on the ground it was geographically descriptive.
By Daniel M. Goldberg, Jeremy Goldman, Sean Kane
Earlier this month, three class action lawsuits were filed against companies for alleged violations of the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act ("COPPA").
By Jeffrey Marks, Amelia Brankov, Iddo Arad
On August 14, 2017, the New York State Department of Taxation & Finance issued a Technical Memorandum, TSB-M-17(4)S, which will be of interest to many New York-area art dealers and collectors.
By Daniel M. Goldberg
On July 5, 2017, the FTC announced a settlement with Blue Global Media, LLC and its CEO Christopher Kay over allegations that the company solicited consumers to provide sensitive information...
By Jay Rand
Emerging growth companies at some point generally will need to develop strategic alliances with other businesses.
By Sean Kane, Andrew J. Ungberg
Copyright claims based on alleged similarities between video games ("clones") are as old as the industry itself. While video games, like other creative works, may receive some level of protection...
By Christopher Chase, Alan Sacks, Lisa Davis
The NFL recently lifted its ban on liquor advertising during its games and liquor companies will now be able to advertise their vodkas, whiskies, and rums during NFL game broadcasts.
By Terri Seligman, Hannah Taylor
Last week Frankfurt Kurnit's Advertising Group proudly hosted "A Twenty-Year NAD Retrospective: The Levine Legacy," an ABA program honoring Andrea Levine, on the occasion of her retirement as Director of NAD.
By S. Gregory Boyd
On June 1, 2017, Washington State joined Illinois and Texas as the third state to pass a biometric privacy law.
By Jeremy Goldman
The Federal Trade Commission released a new report, Six-Step Compliance Plan for Your Business, to help companies understand their obligations under the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act.
By Sean Kane
One of the nation's most prominent video game associations has decided to challenge Chicago's controversial "Cloud Tax."
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