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By Rebeca Arruda Gomes (Veirano e Advogados Associados), Paula Mader Araujo (Veirano Advogados)
Packages and labels should enable consumers to obtain accurate information as to the quantity of their contents.
By Manuel Graña (FERRERE)
On August 29, 2018 the Executive branch approved Decree 272/018 requiring use of front-of-package labels on food products containing excess amounts of certain compounds as specified in the Decree.
By Douglas Mishkin (Venable LLP), Karel Mazanec (Venable LLP)
Any organization with a publicly-facing website—in other words, virtually any organization—should be aware that the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) ...
By Randal Shaheen (Venable LLP)
In a recent case, the National Advertising Division (NAD) ruled that the advertiser, Mahindra USA, Inc., could not claim its products were superior without reasonable evidence.
By Michael Signorelli (Venable LLP)
The Federal Election Commission recently held a public hearing to discuss its March 2018 proposed rule aimed at providing voters with more information about who pays for or sponsors ...
By Kathleen Sheridan (Venable LLP), Leonard Gordon (Venable LLP)
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has waged a steady war against advertisers that use introductory offers that turn into subscription agreements.
By Allison Foley (Venable LLP), Greg Berlin (Venable LLP), Jordan Bailey (Venable LLP), Michelle Jackson (Venable LLP)
Starting August 30, 2018, businesses are required to provide revised "clear and reasonable" warnings under California's Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986 (Prop 65) ...
By Guy Cohen (Davis & Gilbert), Jacklyn Siegel (Davis & Gilbert), Marc Rachman (Davis & Gilbert)
The legal protections afforded to graffiti and "street art" artists have gained increased visibility in recent months.
By Oleksandr Padalka (Sayenkho Kharenko), Volodymyr Smelik (Sayenko Kharenko)
On July 26th the Law introducing new restrictions in the area of adverting has come into force in Ukraine.
By Erik Ullberg (Wistrand), Gunilla Karlsson
The Swedish Consumer Ombudsman (CO) has during the last years reviewed randomly selected packages and labels of alcoholic beverages sold in Sweden.
By Rubén Canales Quinto (Abril Abogados)
Spanish Supreme Court in its decision number 426/2018, of July 20th, reminds us that the right to one's own image is not absolute but limited by the social context in which it is used.
By Rubén Canales Quinto (Abril Abogados)
The National Commission on Markets and Competition (CNMC) has fined Radio Televisión Española (TVE) - the main Spanish Public TV Broadcaster- with 1,070,765 euros ...
By Sarah Arayess (Hoogenraad & Haak)
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.
By Bram Duivenvoorde (Hoogenraad & Haak), Lars Frietman (Hoogenraad & Haak)
The finest', ‘the most delicious', ‘the absolute best'. These are expressions you often see in advertisements. Advertisers are given a lot of leeway to use superlatives ...
By Ebba Hoogenraad (Hoogenraad & Haak), Fleur Jeukens (Hoogenraad & Haak)
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).
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