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By Lyric Kaplan
While new EU breach notification requirements have received significant media attention, closer to home are the data breach reporting obligations under Canadian Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA), which took effect on November 1.
By Jeffrey Greenbaum
The New York Attorney General entered into a settlement with Abbott Laboratories, the maker of Similac infant formula, settling allegations that the company sent misleading marketing surveys...
By Jordyn Eisenpress
In the last few months, Instagram influencers have brought a number of lawsuits against online media publisher PopSugar.
By Jeffrey Greenbaum
At the annual BAA/ANA Marketing Law Conference last week, Andrew Smith, the Director of the FTC's Bureau of Consumer Protection
By Terri Seligman
A recent Lanham Act plaintiff learned this lesson the hard way.
By Terri Seligman
Sometimes you see an ad and you think "No! That can't possibly be real!"
By Dorian Thomas
In yet another suit against The Coca-Cola Company alleging that it was misleading to call Diet Coke a "diet" drink, the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York granted Coca-Cola's motion to dismiss.
By Rick Kurnit
The cost of paying for forgiveness can be millions of dollars -- far more than the cost of the original license. In Olive v. General Nutrition Centers, one advertiser just learned this the hard way.
By Jeffrey Greenbaum
Several years ago, consumers filed class action complaints against Procter & Gamble, alleging that P&G falsely advertised its Charmin Freshmates Flushable Wipes as "flushable."
By Jeffrey Greenbaum
The New York Attorney General filed a lawsuit against jewelry store chain Harris Jewelry, alleging that the company engaged in false and deceptive acts and illegal lending in connection...
By Jeffrey Greenbaum
The New York Attorney General recently sued a moving services broker, alleging that the company operated illegally and also used fake online reviews to promote the company.
By Terri Seligman
When I saw an interesting recent press release from The Electronic Retailing Self Regulatory Program ("ERSP") concerning its review of VitaminVape Vitamin B12 Vaporizer advertising (discussed in more detail below), it occurred to me that I haven't done any blogging about this important arm of the Advertising Self-Regulatory Council (ASRC).
By Terri Seligman
It's Halloween and the streets of NYC are filled with kids and adults in amazing costumes.
By Jeffrey Greenbaum
The New York City Department of Consumer Affairs sued Maddy's Home Furniture, a chain of furniture stores in New York City, alleging that the company lures consumers to its stores with advertising that uses deceptive financing offers.
By Jeffrey Greenbaum
The Attorneys General of fourteen states filed a lawsuit against jewelry store chain Harris Jewelry, alleging that the company engaged in false and deceptive acts and illegal lending in connection with the financing...
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