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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.

Robert Appleton Serves as Panelist on Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine and Impact on the Luxury Market

On March 4, 2022, Olshan Litigation partner Robert Appleton will be speaking in an upcoming Luxury Daily webinar entitled “How Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine will Impact the Luxury Market.” Read More ›

Weight Loss App Agrees to Pay $56 Million and Make Changes to Enrollment Process to Settle Automatic Renewal Class Action

Weight-loss app Noom has agreed to make substantial changes to its enrollment processes and pay $56 million, in addition to providing $6 million in subscription credits, in order to resolve a federal court case where the plaintiffs alleged that the company utilized deceptive automatic renewal tactics. Read More ›

Olshan Recognized by Media Law International

Olshan’s Advertising, Marketing & Promotions practice group has been named a Tier 2 firm as part of the 2022 release of Media Law International. Read More ›

Alert to Ecommerce Marketers: Suppressing Negative Reviews Can Lead To Legal Trouble

Fashion retailer agrees to $4.2 million settlement with the FTC and the issuance of guidance regarding consumer reviews Read More ›

Florida Statute Increases the Risk of Telemarketing

Sunshine State Takes a Strong Stance against Autodialed Calls and Texts Read More ›

Supply Chain Issues Highlight Importance of Complying with Federal and State Fulfillment Rules

The current global supply chain delays has impacted many aspects of our lives.
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New Jersey State Court Dismisses Consumer Fraud Act Class Action Suit Against Olshan Client

As reported in The New Jersey Law Journal (subscription required), Olshan partner Scott Shaffer achieved a full dismissal with prejudice of a class-action lawsuit filed under New Jersey’s Consumer Fraud Act. Read More ›

Law360 Quotes Andrew Lustigman on Consumer Protection Cases and Policies to Watch in 2022

Andrew Lustigman, Chair of the firm's Advertising, Marketing and Promotion's Group and Co-Chair of Brand Management & Protection Group, was quoted in Law360 (subscription required). Read More ›

Olshan Advertising and Branding Law Groups' Key Issues in 2022

Happy holidays! We hope you are safe and healthy. As we enter the new year, Olshan’s Advertising and Branding law groups shares their list of hot topics that look to be on the horizon for 2022. If you have any questions on these or other issues, please reach out to us.  Read More ›

NFT Boom Projected to Continue in 2022

Non-fungible tokens or “NFTs” are projected to continue to grow as an integral part of branding strategies during 2022.  NFTs are unique and verifiable digital assets that, like cryptocurrency, are stored on a digital ledger or “blockchain” (such as Ethereum) and can be traded via online platforms that support NFTs (such as OpenSea).  Unlike cryptocurrency that can be traded or exchanged one-for-one with a like kind (i.e., one bitcoin equals another bitcoin), each NFT contains a digital signature that renders it “non-fungible” or one-of-a-kind.  NFTs are generally digital representations of real-world items such as music, audio, video, text and art.  NFTs first garnered widespread media coverage in March 2021 when the artist Beeple sold an NFT representing a collage of 5,000 digital images at auction at Christie’s for over $69 million.  Read More ›

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