Two consumer class actions alleging that “natural” claims were false and deceptive reached settlement deals recently, with Naked Juice agreeing to pay $9 million and ConAgra receiving judicial approval for a $3.2 million settlement.
It took more than 30 minutes, but Domino’s Pizza delivered a settlement deal to a class of plaintiffs in a Telephone Consumer Protection Act suit totaling $9.75 million.
What factors should determine standing to sue for false advertising under the Lanham Act?
The National Advertising Initiative will release a Mobile Application Code in the coming weeks.
Facing a full plate of Telephone Consumer Protection Act litigation, Papa John's settled one of the class actions filed against it for $16.5 million.
The Federal Trade Commission recently released its revised online advertising disclosure guidelines—known as its Dot Com Guidance—and now it’s up to marketers to put this guidance into practice.
Continuing the countdown to the effective date of the amended Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act Rule, the Federal Trade Commission sent “educational letters” to more than 90 businesses that may be impacted by the coming changes.
On May 9, 2013 the Federal Trade Commission sent a letter to the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection (CFPB) that describes its enforcement actions and other activities during 2012 with respect to several federal consumer financial protection laws.
In two suits alleging false advertising over “All Natural” claims, two defendants received very different results, with one suit going forward and another stalled for the time being.
To help Web site operators, mobile app developers, plug-ins, and advertising networks prepare for the forthcoming changes to the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act Rule, the Federal Trade Commission has released an FAQ guide.