Settling a consumer class action challenging the labeling of its shampoos as “sulfate free” and “free of salt,” Sexy Hair Concepts LLC agreed to pay $2.33 million.
Reviewing comparative, quantified advertising for the Sonicare DiamondClean toothbrush, the National Advertising Division (NAD) recommended that the advertiser modify or discontinue claims in television and website ads for its line of power toothbrushes.
Taking a tough stance, Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) introduced a draft of his new privacy bill that would provide for consumer protections and impose stiff penalties and steep fines.
Fake positive online reviews promoting a purported moving company triggered an action filed by the New York attorney general against the company and its owner.
For a second time, a California federal court judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by three Apple customers alleging the tech giant falsely advertised the storage capacity of its iPhones and iPads.
As part of a settlement with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), two individuals and four corporate entities are banned from selling business coaching or development services.
In answering a certified question from the U.S. Court of Appeals, Seventh Circuit, the Indiana Supreme Court ruled that fantasy sports websites do not violate Indiana’s publicity rights law by using the names and images of college athletes without their consent.
In a move hailed by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), California’s net neutrality law has been put on hold—for now.
Citing a new study, a group of consumer organizations told the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) in a letter that the agency should investigate the marketing of Android apps to children.
Recent false advertising lawsuits run the gamut from sweaty Bose headphones to pasta sauce with preservatives to a battle between energy drink companies.