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January 27th, 2018
Introducing the Frankfurt Kurnit Advertising Law Blog
We are pleased to share with you the news that we have just launched the Frankfurt Kurnit Advertising Law Blog. We hope that you will check it out. If you want to subscribe to the blog, you will get periodic updates sent directly to you about what we have posted.
At a time when advertising compliance has never been more complicated, we know how difficult it is to stay up-to-date. Our hope is that the blog will be a place where we can help keep you informed about important advertising law developments. Our plan is to post short updates, so that you can quickly and easily read about what's going on.
If you have come to expect the longer-form advertising law updates that we do from time-to-time, we are not giving those up. When there are particularly important developments that we want to write about in detail, we will still send those to you. As always, if you have questions about any of the advertising law topics we cover, please reach out to a member of our Advertising, Marketing & Public Relations Group.
Other Advertising Law Alerts
Get Ready for California’s New “Automatic Renewal” Rules
California recently amended its Automatic Purchase Renewals law. The amended statute - effective July 1st -- require marketers to provide consumers of automatic renewal or continuous service offers with more information and easier ways to terminate. Read more.
June 22 2018
“Made in the U.S.A.” Claims Continue to be Scrutinized
In 2016, California amended Section 17533.7 of the California Business and Professions Code ("Section 17533"), liberalizing the standard for selling products labeled "Made in U.S.A" to California consumers. Read more.
June 4 2018
FTC Issues a $2 Million Reminder to Ad Agencies
The Federal Trade Commission ("FTC") and the State of Maine have announced a $2 million dollar settlement with ad agency Marketing Architects, Inc. ("MAI") for deceptive weight-loss claims. Read more.
February 12 2018