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Advertising Law Blog

The Advertising Law Blog provides commentary and news on developing legal issues in advertising, promotional marketing, Internet, and privacy law. This blog is sponsored by the Advertising, Marketing & Promotions group at Olshan. The practice is geared to servicing the needs of the advertising, promotional marketing, and digital industries with a commitment to providing personal, efficient and effective legal service.

Andrew Lustigman to Speak at ACI’s 29th National Conference on Consumer Finance Class Actions & Litigation

Andrew Lustigman will speak at American Conference Institute's 29th National Conference on July 24 in Chicago Read More ›

Jelly Belly Sued for Failing to Adequately Disclose the Presence of Sugar in Its “Sports Beans”

With consumers ever more ingredient-conscious, brands must be careful of how they describe them, particularly when the product may be positioned as a “healthy” version. Read More ›

Swimsuit Company’s Instagram Promotion Goes Viral

Brands need to carefully plan all promotions and to expect the unexpected with social media. Read More ›

"How's It Going for You?": NAD's Revised Rules Two Years Later

Changes to the NAD’s procedures have been generally positive and have improved the efficiency of the self-regulatory process Read More ›

FTC Settlement with Trampoline Marketer Shows Risk in Using Fake Review Sites

The FTC considers review sites to be advertising and will hold marketers responsible for their content Read More ›

Olshan Advertising and Marketing Practice and Four Partners Recognized in Legal 500 US 2017

Olshan's AMP Practice and four partners are recognized in Legal 500 US 2017 Read More ›

Olshan Real Estate and Litigation Practices Recognized in Chambers 2017 USA Guide; Five Lawyers Individually Recognized

Olshan Real Estate and Litigation Practices are recognized in Chambers 2017 USA Guide; five lawyers are individually recognized Read More ›

FTC Awarded A Lien On The Home Of Florida Fraudster

Ruling shows that fraud can trump homestead protection laws Read More ›

FTC Continues Scrutiny of Influencer Campaigns

The FTC is increasing its scrutiny of brands' use of social media influencers who fail to disclose to a material connection between the brand and the influencer. Read More ›