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.
A putative class action against Cento Fine Foods (Cento) challenging the packaging and labeling representations regarding its “Certified San Marzano” tomato products will move forward after a California federal court denied the defendant’s motion to dismiss.
As a result of Zero Gravity’s failure to respond to its inquiries, the National Advertising Division (NAD) has referred Zero Gravity’s claims for its Perfectio line of medical devices to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for review.
Jason Mraz alleged in a new lawsuit in California that MillerCoors wrongfully misappropriated his song “I’m Yours,” his voice and his image in an Instagram post promoting Coors Light beer.
Kim Kardashian sank her teeth into a new publicity rights lawsuit, claiming that a doctor uses her name and likeness without permission to promote his “vampire facial” procedure.
Taking the offensive, Epic Games filed suit against an Omaha news anchor seeking a declaration that its wildly popular video game Fortnite does not infringe his copyright or trademark rights.
National Advertising Division (NAD) recommended that the marketer of a dietary supplement discontinue claims
Changes to its loyalty program will cost AutoZone almost 50 million in a class action settlement