The federal Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently established a cross-agency task force that is dedicated to closely monitoring for fraudulent products related to COVID-19.
A putative class action challenging advertising claims for skin care products will move forward after a California federal court judge denied the defendants’ motion for summary judgment.
On January 14, a new version of the proposed Washington Privacy Act, Senate Bill 6281, was introduced in the state Senate.
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.
Retailers have won a victory in the realm of California taxation in McClain v. Sav-on Drugs (March 13, 2017) __ Cal.App.5th __ (Nos. B265011 & B265029).
Retailers communicate with their customers frequently as an essential part of their business.
A California Court of Appeal found that plaintiff consumers had raised triable issues of fact on whether they suffered damages in reliance on allegedly misleading advertising about the extent of a 40%-off sale, despite plaintiffs' knowledge—before going through with the ...
Google will pay $22 million to the Federal Trade Commission – the largest fine ever levied against a defendant for violating an existing consent order.