Federal authorities and state attorneys general are serious about marketing standards. Click here for a list of marketing DOs and DON’Ts. Below is a compilation of news and views regarding marketing and advertising law. For more promotional law material, please head to the FTC defense law section of our blog.
Has the FTC or a state authority sent you a warning letter or investigation notification? If so, we can help. Give us a call today. The consultation is on us.
Get In Touch »
Is it legal for brands and marketers to commission negative fake reviews? After the jump, online marketing lawyer Andrew Gordon tackles the question.Read »
Nobody is about the Federal Trade Commission "unfair and deceptive" marketing rules — even Gwyneth Paltrow and the people over at Goop.Read »
The Federal Trade Commission sued DirecTV over alleged "unfair and deceptive" marketing. But this time, the FTC didn't come out on top.Read »
The Consumer Review Fairness Act prohibits businesses from trying to own or manipulate clients' and customers' online reviews. Jump in for details.Read »
Social media and "influencer" marketing are an important arrow in promotional quivers. As such, it's essential to follow the FTC's online marketing rules.Read »
The Federal Trade Commission is the nation's consumer watchdog and responsible for bringing charges against deceptive online marketers.Read »
The Federal Trade Commission loves to bust companies for "unfair and deceptive" marketing, and they're constantly on the prowl for offenders.Read »
The Federal Trade Commission is the nation's marketing and advertising watchdog. It also has a lot of regulatory sway over the tech industry.Read »
Authorities cracked down on a so-called cryptocurrency Ponzi scheme. The case serves as a great reminder that crypto ventures are bound to FTC rules.Read »