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By Ann Sofie Benz (VISCHER)
Tobacco products and e-cigarettes are currently governed by the Swiss foodstuffs regulation.
By Gary Kibel (Davis & Gilbert LLP), Richard Eisert (Davis & Gilbert )
Some have called the Act "GDPR-light" since it implements many similar concepts from the new European law.
By Carolina Montero Peralta (Abril Abogados)
Coincidentally, the TV presenter in the TV Show is also a contributor to the tabloid.
By Carolina Montero Peralta (Abril Abogados)
The Provincial Court of Madrid recently issued its appeal decision in the dispute originated from the slogans used by P&G in advertising the Gillette's razor blades.
By Kim Rampersadh (Adams & Adams)
Last year the WTO upheld legislation in Australia, which severely restricted the advertisement of tobacco products, on the ground that the legislation qualified as a legitimate public health measure.
By Sarah Arayess (Hoogenraad & Haak)
The label for this product didn't mention the quantity of peanuts and hazelnuts, however. A good enough reason for Foodwatch to put in its complaint.
By Daniël Haije (Hoogenraad & Haak)
The ECHR felt the arguments were too vague and general. Sekmadienis's commercial freedom of expression won the day.
By Dominique Geerts (Hoogenraad & Haak)
In April 2018, the District Court of Rotterdam ruled on the toothbrush skirmish between Philips and P&G.
By Ebba Hoogenraad (Hoogenraad & Haak), Sarah Arayess (Hoogenraad & Haak)
It's OK to use 'ad-speak' in advertising, certainly with cosmetics. Consumers are fully aware that they'll often see advertising hyperbole at work. But factual descriptions of effects have to be true.
By John Syekei (Bowmans Coulson Harney), Mercy Mwaniki (Bowmans Coulson Harney)
In Kenya, regulation of the pharmaceutical industry is significantly more developed compared to regulation of other industries.
By Ernesto Apa (Portolano Cavallo), Donata Cordone (Portolano Cavallo)
In the last days the Ministry of Economic Development released a new update to the "Frequently Asked Questions" issued on March 30, 2017 – and, since then, already amended several times –
By Georg Huber (Greiter Pegger Kofler & Partners), Melanie Gassler-Tischliner (Greiter, Pegger, Kofler & Partners)
On June 5, 2018, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) passed an eagerly awaited ruling on the data protection obligations of companies that operate a so-called "Facebook fan page".
By Kelly Harris (Miller Thomson), Katrina Kairys (Miller Thompson LLP)
Cannabis will be a legal product in Canada on October 17, 2018, albeit with rigorous regulatory restrictions, including highly restrictive packaging and advertising rules.
By David Wolberg (Kuperschmit, Goldstein & Co.)
The Israel Supreme Court, has recently delivered a ruling which limits the capability of a contracting party to determine the jurisdiction.
By Anikó Keller (Szecskay Attorneys at Law)
Since the supervision ended up with a voluntary commitment of Airbnb, the HCA closed the investigation without imposing fines or establishing violation of the law.