A beer company’s ad campaign did not run afoul of the industry’s self-regulatory principles, the Code Compliance Review Board (CCRB, or the Board) of the Beer Institute recently determined.
A Connecticut federal court refused to dismiss Lanham Act false advertising claims filed by a group of models against two strip clubs that used their images without permission.
As the 2020 Tokyo Olympics draw nearer, the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Committee (USOPC) has released the much-anticipated Personal Sponsor Commitment (PSC).
A new bill introduced in the House of Representatives would update the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), broadening the existing statutory protections to include youth under the age of 16.
Reviewing two commercials featuring a “paid real customer story” where the individuals recounted an experience with Verizon Wireless service, the National Advertising Review Board (NARB) recommended that the ads be modified or discontinued.
The inspiration behind the character portrayed by Jennifer Lopez in the 2019 film Hustlers has filed a $40 million publicity rights and defamation action against the production companies behind the movie.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) struck a deal with a mortgage broker who revealed personal information about consumers after they posted negative reviews of his service on Yelp.
The National Advertising Division (NAD) started 2020 with updated fees and the announcement that new procedures would be implemented in the coming months.
A new false advertising lawsuit filed in California federal court accuses Bhang Corporation of duping consumers as its “Medicinal Chocolates” actually contain less cannabis than promised in its advertising.
Last month, the Ninth Circuit affirmed a Washington district court’s decision to deny Huuuge’s bid to arbitrate a proposed class action based on a browsewrap agreement.