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Can You Promote Unsafe Or Illegal Uses Of Your Product? Will A Disclaimer Help?
Do you have a claim against your competitor when the competitor advertises unsafe or illegal uses of its product? A recent federal case in California sheds some light on the issue.
United States
4 Mar 2019
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One Fish, Two Fish, Bait & Switch Fish
The Office of the New York Attorney General has just issued a report, "Fishy Business," detailing seafood fraud and mislabeling in New York State supermarkets.
United States
26 Dec 2018
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False Advertising Claims Trump Again
As readers of this blog know, I often cover cases that deal with the interplay between regulatory compliance and false advertising.
United States
12 Dec 2018
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Does "100% Natural" Always Mean That The Product Is All Natural?
Friends of the Earth and the Center for Food Safety sued chicken manufacturer Sanderson Farms over advertising claims that its chicken is "100% natural."
United States
12 Dec 2018
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Making False Earnings Promises To Buyers And Then Muzzling Them Gets FTC And AG Attention
As alleged in a recent complaint filed by the FTC and the State of Minnesota, the marketers behind a purported money-making promotion ...
United States
14 Aug 2018
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CPSC To Hold Hearing On Safety Issues For Internet-Connected Products
The Consumer Product Safety Commission announced that it will be holding a public hearing on May 16, 2018 on "potential safety issues and hazards associated with internet-connected consumer products."
United States
28 Mar 2018
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Woof! NAD Reviews Environmental And Food Safety Claims
Olivet also provided a no objection letter from the FDA that addressed its capability to clean and produce recycled plastic material for use in the manufacture of food contact articles.
United States
15 Feb 2018
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iPhone Accessories Company Settles FTC Charges
A marketer of iPhone accessories and other products recently settled Federal Trade Commission ("FTC") charges that the company made false claims that its products are made in the United States.
United States
4 Nov 2013
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