On October 10 2019 Gov Gavin Newsom signed into law Assembly Bill 51 While styled as a bill pertaining to enforcement of employment discrimination under the Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) the bill sweeps far more broadly
Animal welfare claims on packaging for Hatfield pork products should be discontinued, the National Advertising Division (NAD) recommended to Hatfield Quality Meats in a recent decision.
A California judge allowed a false advertising class action against Nestlé to move forward, denying the defendant’s motion to dismiss.
Negative option marketing is a common form of marketing whereby the absence of affirmative consumer action constitutes consent to be charged for goods or services.
Taking a deep dive into national origin claims, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) hosted “Made in the USA: An FTC Workshop.”
On September 17, Tennessee unveiled for public comment a draft waiver proposal seeking federal approval to amend its long-standing Section 1115 demonstration by applying a block grant financing model to its Medicaid program (called “TennCare”).
Concerned about the impending effective date of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)?
A California court denied Arizona Canning Company’s motion to dismiss an action challenging the depiction of its canned beans, moving forward a false advertising suit brought by a pair of consumers in the state.
To settle charges of falsely advertising its bath and beauty products as organic and vegan, a Miami-based company and its owner agreed to a $1.76 million deal with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC).
Summer 2020 may seem like a long way off, but advertisers are starting to consider the opportunities—and challenges—presented by the upcoming Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games.