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By Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Selz, PC
Many of us understand in theory what the California Consumer Privacy Act means for consumer rights and that it creates a totally new ecosystem of relationships between...
By Terri Seligman
This case involved a claim by the brand World's Best Cat Litter, marketed by Kent Pet Group, that its litter is flushable.
By Wendy Schechter
The bill now moves on to the full House, where it is expected to pass.
By Jeffrey Greenbaum
In Ricola's motion to dismiss, Ricola argued that the package does not claim that the product is all natural.
By Jeffrey Marks
If the Attorney General is right, B&H should have remitted to the New York Tax Department additional sales tax based on the amounts of such reimbursements.
By Wendy Schechter
New York Attorney General Letitia James has filed a lawsuit in New York County Supreme Court against JUUL Labs, Inc. for deceptive and misleading marketing of its e-cigarettes.
By Jeffrey Greenbaum
In light of "recent concerns and debates about political advertising, and the importance of shared trust in the democratic process," Google just announced revisions to its political advertising rules.
By Jeffrey Greenbaum
Last week, Twitter released its new political advertising rules, which as previously announced, ban political advertising on the platform.
By Jeffrey Greenbaum
Who doesn't love going to Costco and stocking up on those 8-packs of toothbrushes, 12-packs of paper towels, and 48-packs of AA batteries?
By Jeffrey Marks
The regulations also specify which party is responsible for the tax on such discounts.
By Lily Roos
This will be a good one to watch.
By Terri Seligman
About a year ago, NAD issued two important companion decisions addressing the impact of affiliate links on editorial content and whether such links could transform editorial content into advertising.
By Terri Seligman
Facebook has been sued – again – for discriminatory ad targeting.
By Jeffrey Greenbaum
This case should be an interesting one to watch.
By Jeffrey Greenbaum
The FTC recently investigated whether Thomaston Mills -- which sells bedding, towels, and other products -- failed to comply with the country-of-origin requirements under the Textile Products Identification Act and the Textile Rules.
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