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By Rachel Santori
Given the trend of brands creating unique, Instagram worthy, in-store experiences to drive foot traffic, IP protection for interior store décor may be increasingly relevant.
By Rachel Santori
Sony has filed suit against Knee Deep Brewing Company alleging their "Breaking Bud" beer is an infringement of Sony's rights in Breaking Bad.
By Jeffrey Greenbaum
Yesterday, the Federal Trade Commission released the agency's Annual Highlights 2017 report, which summarizes its consumer protection and competition work over the last year.
By Jeffrey Greenbaum
Reuters reported yesterday that Google will start running ads again for drug treatment treaments, beginning the summer.
By Jeffrey Greenbaum
The Global Advertising Lawyers Alliance announced that it has released a new video series on recent developments in advertising law around the world.
By Jeffrey Greenbaum
On Friday, the U.S. government shut down and seized Backpage.com, the classified advertising website that has been accused of facilitating sex trafficking.
By Jeffrey Greenbaum
In Al Haj v. Pfizer, the plaintiffs brought a putative class action alleging that Pfizer misled consumers about the marketing of its "Maximum Strength" Robitussin.
By Terri Seligman
Following two earlier dismissed suits on the same theory, a new California plaintiff (of course) is pursuing a false advertising case on a class action basis against Krispy Kreme on the theory that the doughnut maker is lying to consumers about its ingredients.
By Terri Seligman
Join us at the NAD and CARU Conferences in San Francisco! We are proud to sponsor and present at two of the leading advertising self-regulatory conferences – the National Advertising Division (NAD) ...
By Terri Seligman
Worse, according to the complaint, the food made plaintiff's rescue dog, Bruce, sick, until plaintiff stopped buying Defendants' products.
By Jeffrey Greenbaum
In Young v. Cree, Inc., the plaintiff brought a putative class action alleging that Cree made false claims about the LED bulbs that it sells.
By Jeffrey Greenbaum
Is it okay to advertise a 50 minute massage as a "one hour massage"?
By Terri Seligman
The claims at issue concerned the purported ability of the supplement to help the body produce nitric oxide (NO) and the benefits of NO, particularly for cardiovascular health.
By Jeffrey Greenbaum
A federal district court in New York dismissed this claim, saying that the label makes clear that the juice was subjected to additional processing for food safety purposes.
By Jeffrey Greenbaum
Last week, Minnesota Attorney General Lori Swanson sued AutoAssure, LLC, alleging that the company sold consumers "costly and often unnecessary car warranties"...
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