Unhappy cows and confusion over “SuperStarch” form the basis of recently filed false advertising class actions.
Modifications to the video game industry’s self-regulatory program designed to comply with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) Rule have been granted approval by the Federal Trade Commission.
In a blow to an advertiser, a California federal court held that its insurers were not obligated to defend or indemnify the company in a false advertising lawsuit.
Can a false advertising claim be based on a Form 10-K filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission?
Leaving the plaintiff even more unsatisfied, a California federal court judge granted L.L. Bean’s motion to dismiss a challenge to the company’s change in guarantee.
To settle charges that it violated the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), a California-based website reached a deal with the New Jersey attorney general that included a civil penalty of just under $100,000.
What do dog food and olive oil have in common? Both products are the subject of recently filed consumer class actions alleging false advertising.
A California appellate panel reversed dismissal and reinstated a deceptive pricing action against electronics retailer Newegg in a broad ruling that will make it easier for plaintiffs to bring similar cases.
A group of 16 state attorneys general reached a deal with a Tennessee nonprofit charged with violating state law with its “Operation Teddy Bear” program.
Be careful about making claims that a product is the “best,” the National Advertising Division (NAD) cautioned in a new decision, recommending that Mahindra USA discontinue claims that it offered the industry’s “best” warranty and “best” in loader lift ...