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
Within days of two parents of underage children filing a putative class action against TikTok’s parent company
An advertising agency lost its attempt to bring copyright infringement and breach of contract claims against Pepsi after the beverage giant rejected its Super Bowl ad pitch.
Does Pinterest encourage copyright violations? According to a new lawsuit filed in California federal court by an award-winning professional photographer, the answer is yes.
A challenge to the claims about effectiveness of weight loss pills has settled for $4.6 million.
Claims involving vegan burgers and crab rolls were brought against national chains Burger King and Benihana in two new consumer class actions.
The National Advertising Division (NAD) has recommended that an advertiser discontinue performance claims for its pepper spray in a challenge brought by a competitor.
Advertisers may be able to take advantage of new marketing opportunities during the Olympic Games in 2020 thanks to the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Committee (USOPC) revising their guidance around Rule 40 of the Olympic Charter.
Continuing its focus on country-of-origin claims, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) recently closed an investigation into claims made by Thomaston Mills about its products covered by the Textile Products Identification Act.