Rep. Ed Markey (D-Mass.) has introduced the Mobile Device Privacy Act, which would require wireless phone manufacturers, carriers, and app developers to provide information to consumers about monitoring software that may be present on their devices.
The Federal Trade Commission ("FTC") issued yesterday the final version of its revised Guides for the Use of Environmental Marketing Claims ("Green Guides" or "Guides").
Athletes enrolled in California's four‑year institutions of higher education, public or private, will be protected by a first-in-the-nation law signed by Governor Jerry Brown last week.
At the National Advertising Division's Annual Conference - hosted by the Advertising Self-Regulatory Council and the Council of Better Business Bureaus - attendees will receive firsthand knowledge from leading in-house and outside counsel, judges, regulatory officials and NAD attorneys ...
Under Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, colleges receiving federal funding must afford equal participation opportunities in varsity sports to male and female athletes.
Nonparty appellate standing has been a surprising hot-button issue over the last year.
Asserting that competitor Armand de Brignac falsely claimed that its champagnes are “Rated the No. 1 Champagne in the World,” Moet Hennessy filed suit in federal court.
The role of sports in higher education was the subject of a day-long symposium sponsored by Manatt at Santa Clara University on September 6. Numerous distinguished speakers opined on that controversial subject, including keynoters Joe Nocera (New York Times Op-Ed columnist) and Wallace Renfro ...
On the heels of a similar enforcement action, the FTC recently sent 14 warning letters to the manufacturers of windows and window glass cautioning the recipients that they may be making unsupported energy-savings claims.
The Word of Mouth Marketing Association (WOMMA) released a new version of the group’s Social Media Marketing Disclosure Guide (WOMMA Guide), updating the original version released in 2010.