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43(B)log

Covers false advertising and intellectual property issues. By Professor Rebecca Tushnet.

http://tushnet.blogspot.com/
  • Jul 24

    FTC announces settlement with "official" ticket seller that wasn't

    FTC announces settlement with "official" ticket seller that wasn't
    Details at the FTC's site.  I was interested in this because usually the FTC leaves alone cases in which a business victim is a likely plaintiff; it makes sense to use government resources to go after defendants who otherwise would be…
  • Jul 24

    Trademark exceptionalism wins another round in Maryland

    Trademark exceptionalism wins another round in Maryland
    Hershey Co. v. Friends of Steve Hershey, 2014 WL 3571691, No. WDQ–14–1825 (D. Md. July 17, 2014)Thanks to prodding from Eric Goldman for me to blog about it, here’s a case where we learn that the only constraint on political…
  • Jul 23

    Pom doesn't change preclusion analysis for medical device

    Pom doesn't change preclusion analysis for medical device
    Catheter Connections, Inc. v. Ivera Medical Corp., 2014 WL 3536573, No. 2:14–CV–70 (D. Utah, July 17, 2014)The parties compete in the medical device market for infection-control devices.  At issue here are disinfectant caps…
Rank this Week: 94

Likelihood of Confusion

Likelihood of Confusion

Covers developments in trademark, copyright, new media and free speech. By Ron Coleman.

http://www.likelihoodofconfusion.com
  • Jul 24

    The Garden State Parkway and government trademarks: What exit?

    The Garden State Parkway and government trademarks: What exit?
    @RonColeman @likely2confuse Can you opine on this one: http://t.co/NTwO0K6XzH — Keith Kaplan (@kkaplan) July 24, 2014 So, yes:  One of my many continuing series around here has long been the assertion of trademark rights by…
  • Jul 22

    Aereo, FilmOn, and the “Shimmer” of maybe-unlawfully-clever digital entertainment delivery

    Aereo, FilmOn, and the “Shimmer” of maybe-unlawfully-clever digital entertainment delivery
    Those of you of a certain age will remember the classic SNL parody commercial for “New Shimmer“: It’s kind of the same thing with Aereo, isn’t it?  As I said in my now-legendary-in-my-own-mind multi-part post,…
  • Jul 16

    INTA thought

    INTA thought
    Originally posted 2010-05-26 12:48:30. Republished by Blog Post PromoterOn the tail end of the annual meeting of the International Trademark Association in Boston, which I’ve used as an excuse not to post much or any new material, some…
Rank this Week: 141

Duets Blog

Duets Blog

Collaborative blog on advertising, intellectual property, and marketing.

http://www.duetsblog.com/
  • Jul 24

    This Little Piggy Went to the Trademark Office…

    This Little Piggy Went to the Trademark Office…
    When was the last time you thought about pigs? What do you think when you hear the word “pigs?” Or an OINK OINK noise? Or what about the angelic and oh-so-American, “SOOOOOOOOOEEEEEEEEYY!”? Well, the University of…
  • Jul 23

    Flash in the Panama

    Flash in the Panama
    Many of you may have heard recently that (in)famous dictator and all-around terrible (misunderstood?) person Manuel Noriega has sued Activision.  According to the LA Times: In a lawsuit filed Tuesday in Los Angeles County Superior…
  • Jul 22

    NONPROFIT BRAND TINTED WITH – NOT TAINTED BY – LEGAL

    NONPROFIT BRAND TINTED WITH – NOT TAINTED BY – LEGAL
    - Abby V. Reiner, Brand Director, Wounded Warrior Project Fine (red) Lines Nonprofits walk a fine line between wanting everyone to feel a part of the mission without allowing everyone to use its trademarks resulting in dilution or…
Rank this Week: 178

The Trademark Blog

The Trademark Blog

Covers advertising, ambush marketing, appellations of origin, branding, replacement parts, famous marks, grey goods and Madrid Protocol. By Marty Schwimmer.

http://www.schwimmerlegal.com/
  • Jul 23

    Who Owns the ‘Gas, Food, Lodging’ Sign?

    Who Owns the ‘Gas, Food, Lodging’ Sign?
    The New Jersey Turnpike Authority operates the Garden State Parkway. It owns a federal registration for its logo. There are rest stops on the Garden State, and people stop there and eat pizza. Defendant has two pizza restaurants in Florida,…
  • Jul 21

    Finally, Someone In a Cubs Uniform Who Can Hit

    Finally, Someone In a Cubs Uniform Who Can Hit
    [click here for rimshot] Chicago Cubs sue guy who wears Cub mascot costume, who allegedly hit a fan. cubs v billy cub.pdf
  • Jul 17

    Largest Filer of Trademarks in U.S. Accused Of Fabricating Documents Relating To Trademark Priority in Civil Suit

    Largest Filer of Trademarks in U.S. Accused Of Fabricating Documents Relating To Trademark Priority in Civil Suit
    The largest filer of trademarks in the United States is Raj Abhyanker PC. It is my understanding that Raj Abhyanker is the principal behind Trademarkia, the search database. I’m not quite clear as to the relationship between…
Rank this Week: 366

Adlaw By Request

Adlaw By Request

Covers legal and regulatory activities pertaining to advertising and marketing. By Reed Smith LLP.

http://www.adlawbyrequest.com/
  • Jul 16

    Just Released: This Quarter's GALA Gazette

    Just Released: This Quarter's GALA Gazette
    Read the latest issue of the Global Advertising Lawyers Alliance (GALA) quarterly e-newsletter, the GALA Gazette, containing advertising law news and updates from around the world.   Reed Smith is founder and member of GALA, a…
  • Jul 9

    Snapchat Settlement with MD AG Marks Latest State-Level Privacy Enforcement Action

    Snapchat Settlement with MD AG Marks Latest State-Level Privacy Enforcement Action
    This post was written by Michael Schaeppi and Frederick Lah. Last month, Snapchat reached a settlement with the Maryland Attorney General over alleged deceptive trade practices regarding Snapchat’s marketing claims that user…
  • Jul 8

    ANA Webinar - Managing the Risk of Social Media

    ANA Webinar - Managing the Risk of Social Media
    While social media has matured over the past decade as a marketing platform, it is still very much a legal work in progress.  Join Reed Smith partner and ANA General Counsel, Douglas J. Wood, on Tuesday, July 29 at 1:00 p.m. EDT for a…
Rank this Week: 632

Advertising Law Blog

Advertising Law Blog

Provides commentary and news on developing legal issues in advertising, promotional marketing, Internet, and privacy law. By Olshan Frome Wolosky LLP.

http://www.olshanlaw.com/blogs-Advertising-Law-Blog
Rank this Week: 768

Business Litigation Info

Business Litigation Info

Covers business litigation, intellectual property, data security, and advertising and media. By Faruki Ireland & Cox P.L.L.

http://www.businesslitigationinfo.com/
  • Jul 23

    HIPAA has a bite. What to know about the civil and criminal penalties for non-compliance

    HIPAA has a bite. What to know about the civil and criminal penalties for non-compliance
    I was asked to comment for a story about a recent case in Texas in which criminal charges were filed against an individual for the misuse of Protected Health Information (“PHI”). Criminal charges have been available under the…
  • Jul 8

    Starbucks is Sending Baristas to College…With a Non-Compete Clause.

    Starbucks is Sending Baristas to College…With a Non-Compete Clause.
    University of Starbucks? The recent announcement of college scholarships for Starbucks Baristas is a great “perk,” but is this one of the businesses that can take the non-compete and trade secret claims, so often seen as…
  • Jul 3

    Baseball’s Antitrust Exemption no Help to Small-Market Team

    Baseball’s Antitrust Exemption no Help to Small-Market Team
    Major League Baseball is called “America’s pastime.”  It is, however, quickly becoming America’s big-market pastime, and antitrust law limits the ability of small-market teams to stem this trend.  The…
Rank this Week: 1337

Consumer Advertising Law Blog

Consumer Advertising Law Blog

Covers consumer marketing, advertising and promotional activities. By Arnold & Porter.

http://www.consumeradvertisinglawblog.com/
  • Jul 12

    Bundled & Loyalty Discounts Under the Microscope at DOJ/FTC Workshop

    Bundled & Loyalty Discounts Under the Microscope at DOJ/FTC Workshop
    On June 24, leading antitrust economists and attorneys participated in a workshop held by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and Department of Justice (DOJ) Antitrust Division on conditional pricing practices, including loyalty and bundled…
  • Jul 11

    FTC Requires ADT To Monitor Spokesperson Endorsements Of Its Home Monitoring System

    FTC Requires ADT To Monitor Spokesperson Endorsements Of Its Home Monitoring System
    ADT, LLC, a home security company, must now monitor its own spokespersons’ endorsements more closely. ADT recently settled charges by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) that it had misrepresented endorsements by paid spokespersons as…
  • Jul 10

    NYC’s Supersize Soda Ban Falls Flat, But Soda Industry’s Fight Not Over

    NYC’s Supersize Soda Ban Falls Flat, But Soda Industry’s Fight Not Over
    New York City’s last ditch effort to save its supersize “soda ban” came up empty at the end of last month when the New York Court of Appeals held that the city health board lacked the regulatory authority to limit...
Rank this Week: 1152

The Brand Protection Blog

The Brand Protection Blog

Covers developments and trends in all areas of the law that impact brands, including the creation, promotion and protection of branded products and services. By Norton Rose Fulbright.

http://brandprotection.nortonrosefulbright.com/
  • Jul 24

    Trademarks unlimited provincially

    Trademarks unlimited provincially
    by Brian W. Gray (Canada)In a recent summary judgment decision, Driving Alternative Inc. v. Keyz Thankz Inc. 2014 FC 559, the Federal Court of Canada decided that the Federal limitation period of six years applied to an alleged trade-mark…
  • Jul 16

    Hong Kong Government introduces Copyright (Amendment) Bill 2014

    Hong Kong Government introduces Copyright (Amendment) Bill 2014
    by Vincent Lee (Hong Kong)After eight years of preparation and rounds of consultation, the Copyright (Amendment) Bill 2014 (2014 Bill) was finally gazetted by the Hong Kong Government for legislative consideration on 13 June 2014. It was…
  • Jul 14

    Protecting the sports big bucks: Australia's Major Sporting Events (Indicia and Images) Protection Act 2014 (the Act) effective 1 July 2014

    Protecting the sports big bucks: Australia's Major Sporting Events (Indicia and Images) Protection Act 2014 (the Act) effective 1 July 2014
    by Frances Drummond in AustraliaPWC* has estimated that global sports sponsorship will be worth US$45.3 billion in 2015. Australia has a long history of hosting major sporting events such as the Olympics, Commonwealth Games, Rugby World Cup,…
Rank this Week: 1690

Canadian Advertising and Marketing…

Canadian Advertising and Marketing Law

Covers Canadian advertising law. By Steve Szentesi.

http://www.canadianadvertisinglaw.com/
Rank this Week: 1373

Trade Regulation Talk

Trade Regulation Talk

Covers antitrust, consumer protection, franchising, advertising, privacy, and civil RICO law. By John W. Arden.

http://traderegulation.blogspot.com/
Rank this Week: 1620

Legal Bytes

Legal Bytes

Covers digital advertising, new media, e-commerce and the law. By Reed Smith.

http://www.legalbytes.com
  • Jul 24

    What One Lawyer Has Learned About Social Media (But There Are Still 5 Days Left)

    What One Lawyer Has Learned About Social Media (But There Are Still 5 Days Left)
    Last week I received a novel invitation - call it a ‘dare’ from a long-time colleague and friend in a faraway land. He and I have never actually met, but we have interacted so often professionally and we keep trying to figure out…
  • Jul 22

    Useless But Compelling Facts - July 17, 2014 Answer

    Useless But Compelling Facts - July 17, 2014 Answer
    Our most recent Useless But Compelling Fact question asked if you knew where the character Batman came from, and we are happy to provide the answer. Batman (or the Bat Man), the character, first appeared in May 1939 in Issue # 27 of…
  • Jul 17

    Useless But Compelling Facts - July 17, 2014

    Useless But Compelling Facts - July 17, 2014
    Some of you know that “Batman Begins” is a 2005 motion picture directed by Christopher Nolan, staring Christian Bale in the lead role as Batman. The motion picture has an amazing supporting cast that includes such stars as Michael…
Rank this Week: 2349

Information Law Group

Information Law Group

Covers advertising law, privacy, information security and intellectual property.

http://www.infolawgroup.com/
  • Jul 23

    New Connecticut Mini-TCPA Provides for Giant Penalties and Attorneys’ Fee

    New Connecticut Mini-TCPA Provides for Giant Penalties and Attorneys’ Fee
    Companies sending text messages or conducting voice telemarketing in Connecticut beware! Connecticut has substantially amended its telemarketing law (the “mini-TCPA”), which now may regulate even more conduct than the federal TCPA…
  • Jul 17

    Record Number of Data Breaches for New Yorkers in 2013

    Record Number of Data Breaches for New Yorkers in 2013
    Over the past eight years, the New York Attorney General’s office has been compiling statistics on data breaches pursuant to the state’s breach notification law.  Earlier this week, Attorney General Eric Schneiderman…
  • Jul 17

    New COPPA Options for Verifiable Consent

    New COPPA Options for Verifiable Consent
    Yesterday, the FTC gave its blessing to some new ways that covered organizations can obtain verifiable parental consent before collecting personal information from children under 13. The updated COPPA Rule FAQs offer expanded options to get…
Rank this Week: 2332

Mouse Print

Mouse Print

Exposing the strings and catches in advertising fine print and analyses the legal meaning and enforceability.

http://www.mouseprint.org
  • Jul 21

    If You Can’t Trust Consumer Reports to Keep Your Info Private…

    If You Can’t Trust Consumer Reports to Keep Your Info Private…
      Consumer Reports offers a Car Pricing Service for $14 that provides car buyers with the invoice price of vehicles, as well as an even lower price — the Consumer Reports “bottom line” price — that subtracts out…
  • Jul 14

    Here We Downsize Again — Part 1

    Here We Downsize Again — Part 1
     Since last fall, manufacturers have been hard at work shrinking the products you buy everyday in an effort to make a price increase be less obvious. *MOUSE PRINT: Ball Park Franks recently decreased their package size by one ounce, so…
  • Jul 7

    When Good Rebates Go Bad

    When Good Rebates Go Bad
     Newegg offered an amazing price a few weeks ago on a refurbished 32-inch Samsung HDTV — only $159.99 after a $30 mail-in rebate. And if you used a particular American Express card offer, you saved another $15. As with most…
Rank this Week: 2213

OberIPWatch

OberIPWatch

Covers IP issues of importance to clients in science, technology, healthcare, education, media and the arts. By Ober Kaler.

http://oberipwatch.com/
  • Jun 16

    Your Image Here: The NCAA Settles with Athletes Over Rights of Publicity

    Your Image Here: The NCAA Settles with Athletes Over Rights of Publicity
    We’re all familiar with video games involving computer-generated depictions of real-life athletes; they are a multi-billion dollar industry.  Under pressure from consumers to make such games more and more realistic, software…
  • Jun 4

    Supreme Court: Federal Circuit got §271(b) wrong and maybe §271(a) as well.

    Supreme Court: Federal Circuit got §271(b) wrong and maybe §271(a) as well.
    At its heart the Internet is an information distribution network and the ease with which all manner of information can be shared instantly has led to numerous innovative methods of doing, well, most anything. A hallmark of patents on such…
  • May 15

    Naturally, litigation results from unsupported advertising claims and undefined terms.

    Naturally, litigation results from unsupported advertising claims and undefined terms.
    The WSJ Corporate Intelligence blog has an interesting article today that highlights the risks inherent in un-vetted advertising claims.  Apparently Proctor & Gamble took issue with “99% Natural” claim that toothpaste…
Rank this Week: 2096

Social Media Law Update

Social Media Law Update

Covers intellectual property, defamation, consumer protection and other legal issues regarding social media. By Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton LLP.

http://www.socialmedialawupdate.com
Rank this Week: 2518

Ad Briefs: Covering Your Ads

Ad Briefs: Covering Your Ads

Covers legal issues affecting interactive, sports and entertainment marketing and promotions. By Sheppard Mullin Richter and Hampton LLP.

http://www.coveringyourads.com/
  • Nov 6

    Rash California Minors Get An Online "Eraser Button"

    Rash California Minors Get An Online "Eraser Button"
    By Elizabeth Barcohana We’ve all done it: typed or tapped out a message, posted it online, and immediately wished we hadn’t and that we could just erase it from the Internet forever. Now, if you are a California minor, you can. …
  • Nov 6

    Products or Services That Cannot Be Sold To California Minors Cannot Be Advertised To Them Online, Either

    Products or Services That Cannot Be Sold To California Minors Cannot Be Advertised To Them Online, Either
    By Elizabeth Barcohana California Governor Jerry Brown recently signed into law S.B. 568, the first bill of its kind in the nation. S.B. 568 enacts two new statutes under the title “Privacy Rights for California Minors in the…
  • Oct 18

    California Enacts New Data Privacy Law

    California Enacts New Data Privacy Law
    By James Chadwick and Rachel Tarko Hudson  As part of a flurry of new privacy legislation, California Governor Jerry Brown signed two new data privacy bills into law on September 27, 2013: S.B. 46 amending…
Rank this Week: 1949

Consumer Goods & Retail…

Consumer Goods & Retail Industry Litigation Blog

Covers litigation-related issues concerning consumer packaged goods manufacturers, retailers, advertisers, consumers and attorneys. By Kotchen & Low LLP.

http://cpg-retail-litigation.kotchen.com/
Rank this Week: 2421

Consumer Advocate Legal Update

Consumer Advocate Legal Update

Discusses consumer law, class action lawsuits, advertising law, business law, copyright, and other topics. By Khorrami, LLP.

http://www.consumeradvocatelegalupdate.com/
  • Jul 23

    Settlement Reached in Suave Keratin Infusion Class Action

    Settlement Reached in Suave Keratin Infusion Class Action
    On July 9, 2014, a federal judge granted approval of a $10.2 million settlement in the Suave Keratin class action lawsuit, which alleged that Unilever PLC—the manufacturer of the Suave Keratin Infusion 30-Day Smoothing Kit—had…
  • Jul 2

    California Federal Court Denies Certification of Consumer Class Action Against ConAgra Food

    California Federal Court Denies Certification of Consumer Class Action Against ConAgra Food
    On June 13, 2014, a California federal judge denied a motion to certify a class of California consumers in a class action against ConAgra Foods for alleged deceptive and misleading advertising of the company’s Hunt’s tomato…
  • Jul 2

    California Federal Court Denies Certification of Consumer Class Action Against ConAgra Food

    California Federal Court Denies Certification of Consumer Class Action Against ConAgra Food
    On June 13, 2014, a California federal judge denied a motion to certify a class of California consumers in a class action against ConAgra Foods for alleged deceptive and misleading advertising of the company’s Hunt’s tomato…
Rank this Week: 3693

Faruki, Ireland & Cox P.L.L.…

Faruki, Ireland & Cox P.L.L. Business Litigation Blog

Covers data security, intellectual property, advertising & media, and business litigation.

http://businesslitigationinfo.com
  • Jul 23

    HIPAA has a bite. What to know about the civil and criminal penalties for non-compliance

    HIPAA has a bite. What to know about the civil and criminal penalties for non-compliance
    I was asked to comment for a story about a recent case in Texas in which criminal charges were filed against an individual for the misuse of Protected Health Information (“PHI”). Criminal charges have been available under the…
  • Jul 8

    Starbucks is Sending Baristas to College…With a Non-Compete Clause.

    Starbucks is Sending Baristas to College…With a Non-Compete Clause.
    University of Starbucks? The recent announcement of college scholarships for Starbucks Baristas is a great “perk,” but is this one of the businesses that can take the non-compete and trade secret claims, so often seen as…
  • Jul 3

    Baseball’s Antitrust Exemption no Help to Small-Market Team

    Baseball’s Antitrust Exemption no Help to Small-Market Team
    Major League Baseball is called “America’s pastime.”  It is, however, quickly becoming America’s big-market pastime, and antitrust law limits the ability of small-market teams to stem this trend.  The…
Rank this Week: 3685

Fashion Counsel with Anthony V.…

Fashion Counsel with Anthony V. Lupo

Arent Fox's fashion law blog highlights critical issues for designers, retailers, and manufacturers.

http://www.fashioncounsel.com/
  • Jul 18

    Federal Court Upholds Controversial Ban on Fur Sales in West Hollywood

    Federal Court Upholds Controversial Ban on Fur Sales in West Hollywood
    Attention West Hollywood (WeHo) shoppers, new furs are no longer for sale in WeHo! A federal court recently dismissed constitutional challenges to the City of West Hollywood’s (WeHo) city-wide ban prohibiting the sale of fur products…
  • Jul 17

    Lacoste North America CEO Francis Pierrel Sees Strength in US Market

    Lacoste North America CEO Francis Pierrel Sees Strength in US Market
    Earlier this month, Lacoste re-signed a deal to outfit the ATP World Tour staff at all pro tennis events through 2015, a partnership that is just one component of the high-end lifestyle brand’s strategic initiatives.
  • Jul 11

    Arbitrate This! Ninth Circuit Issues Two Wins for California Retail Employer

    Arbitrate This! Ninth Circuit Issues Two Wins for California Retail Employer
    On June 23, a frequently employee-friendly United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit delivered two significant, pro-employer decisions pertaining to employee arbitration agreements. In Johnmohammadi v. Bloomingdale’s,…
Rank this Week: 3436

ReACTS

ReACTS

Covers the law and regulation of advertising and marketing. By the Reed Smith Advertising Compliance Team.

http://www.advertisingcompliancelaw.com/
  • Jul 8

    Sobering Action: Immediate Ban For Irresponsible Drinking Ad

    Sobering Action: Immediate Ban For Irresponsible Drinking Ad
    The ASA has taken the "unusual step" of immediately removing an ad by a company called Koosday for a club night featuring a man slumped against a car with the text "I DON’T WANT TO DIE SOBER". The ad appeared on car bonnets and prompted…
  • Jun 23

    Native Advertising Once Again In The Spotlight

    Native Advertising Once Again In The Spotlight
    As we have previously reported here, native advertising is intended to form a part of users’ online experiences, aiming to engage and compel with minimal disruption. Often the content of native advertising is high quality, reaching out…
  • Apr 10

    The Colour Purple: Cadbury loses battle to register its signature purple shade

    The Colour Purple: Cadbury loses battle to register its signature purple shade
    Cadbury has lost its Supreme Court battle to register as a trade mark its iconic colour purple (known as Pantone 2685C), ending a 10-year legal battle between Cadbury and its competitor Nestlé. The UK Supreme Court has refused…
Rank this Week: 4875

Troll Defense

Troll Defense

Tips and commentary for individuals accused of civil liability for Internet activities. By Benjamin Justus.

http://www.troll-defense.com/
  • May 28

    D.C. Circuit Court Rules Against “Swarm Joinder”

    D.C. Circuit Court Rules Against “Swarm Joinder”
    Troll Defense has just learned, courtesy of Ray Beckerman, that the Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit has ruled that the joinder of many different “John Doe” parties into a single action, for purposes of…
  • May 20

    Oregon Dallas Buyers Club Lawsuits Removed to Federal Court

    Oregon Dallas Buyers Club Lawsuits Removed to Federal Court
    Just last Friday, the two Voltage Pictures, LLC Oregon State Trademark lawsuits pending in the Circuit Court for Marion County, Oregon were removed to the U.S. District Court for the District of Oregon.  These cases involve the motion…
  • May 20

    More Voltage-related BitTorrent Actions in Colorado

    More Voltage-related BitTorrent Actions in Colorado
    A new BitTorrent lawsuit involving the award-winning Dallas Buyers Club film was filed yesterday in the U.S. District Court in Colorado.  The complaint sets forth now-standard allegations of copyright infringement via BitTorrent usage…
Rank this Week: 3453

Ad Nauseam

Ad Nauseam

Covers legal issues in advertising and media.

http://www.adnauseamblog.org/
  • May 15

    The Internet: An International Affair

    The Internet: An International Affair
      In today’s world, almost everything you do on the Internet is being tracked. Whether it is by your friends and family on social networking sites, or advertisers looking to serve more relevant advertisements based on your online…
  • Apr 9

    Do False Advertising Suits Have a Leg to Stand On Anymore?

    Do False Advertising Suits Have a Leg to Stand On Anymore?
        It’s not often the Supreme Court issues opinions that directly impact intellectual property issues, but just a week ago, the Court shed some light on who may sue for a false advertising claim under the Lanham Act. In…
  • Apr 7

    Electronic Cigarette Advertising: What Regulations Can Be Expected?

    Electronic Cigarette Advertising: What Regulations Can Be Expected?
    Electronic cigarettes have garnered much press over the past few weeks. In an article for the New York Times entitled “Selling a Poison by the Barrel: Liquid Nicotine for E-Cigarettes”, Matt Richtel points to statistics of…
Rank this Week: 3422

Advertising Industry Litigation…

Advertising Industry Litigation Blog

Covers advertising law and litigation. By Theodora Oringher.

http://www.advertisingindustrylitigation.com/
  • Nov 19

    More About FTC’s Native Advertising Workshop

    More About FTC’s Native Advertising Workshop
    In a previous blog, I advised that the FTC was hosting a workshop on native advertising on December 4, 2013 in Washington D.C.  The FTC has now announced the agenda and panelist for the workshop.   Here is a link to the agenda.…
  • Oct 15

    Clock’s Up. New TCPA Rules Take Effect Today, October 16, 2013

    Clock’s Up. New TCPA Rules Take Effect Today, October 16, 2013
    If you are in the telemarketing industry, chances are you have had this date circled on your calendar for over a year and have spent part of that time planning and preparing for the new TCPA rules to ensure your business is in strict…
  • Sep 18

    FTC Eyeing Native Advertising

    FTC Eyeing Native Advertising
    It’s digital.  It’s popular.  And it could cause consumer confusion.  So it was inevitable it would peak the interest of the FTC.  Just this week, the FTC announced it will host a workshop on December 4, 2013…
Rank this Week: 3375

AdMark Buzz

AdMark Buzz

Covers trademark, copyright, advertising, infringement and intellectual property law. By Locke Lord.

http://www.lockelordadmark.blogspot.com/
Rank this Week: 3033