Did the wildly popular video game Fortnite misappropriate some of its dance moves?
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) obtained a temporary restraining order (TRO) that brought a halt to an Internet marketing scam that touted supposedly “free trial” offers for personal care products and dietary supplements.
The honey badger is having another round of fame, thanks to a new Lanham Act opinion from the U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit.
Offering a separate website for those with disabilities does not comply with the U.S. Department of Transportation’s (DOT) website accessibility requirements, the agency made clear with a $200,000 fine to the Scandinavian Airlines System (SAS).
The Better Business Bureau announced a new online tool that allows consumers to report suspicious or questionable ads directly to the organization.
Aiming to establish “a trustworthy, professional and ethical business space,” the cannabis industry’s self-regulatory organization finalized its first Advertising Standards.
The Department of Justice has shuttered its investigation into the subsidiaries of five of the largest ad holding companies without taking any action, the companies recently revealed.
Providing yet another reminder about regulatory oversight of endorsements, a publisher and public relations firm reached a deal with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) over paid endorsements that were used in a marketing campaign for insect repellant.
After BA Sports Nutrition declined to comply with the National Advertising Division’s (NAD) recommendations to modify or discontinue certain ad claims for its BodyArmor SuperDrink, the self-regulatory body referred the claims to the Federal Trade Commission for review.
Continuing the Department of Justice’s (DOJ) hands-off approach to applying the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) to websites, the agency responded to an inquiry from lawmakers with an answer that may help defendants facing litigation.