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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.

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FTC Proposes Revisions to its Endorsement Guides and .com Guidance

The Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) is set to issue updates to both its Endorsement Guides and .com Disclosure Guidance. The proposed updates to both guidance documents signifies the FTC’s ongoing attention to online and social media advertising, as the regulator takes steps to bring its guidance into focus with contemporary advertising issues. Read More ›

Alleged Creator of Fake Reviews Sued in Federal Court

Facebook joins Amazon in pursuing reviews for sale

Facebook, through its parent company Meta, has filed a federal lawsuit against a company that allegedly produces and sells fake reviews and feedback for ads designed to increase an advertiser’s Facebook Customer Feedback Score. The lawsuit was filed in the Northern District of California against Chad Taylor Cowan of Australia, who does business under the name Customer Feedback Score Solutions. Read More ›

Olshan Branding Management and Protection Attorneys Present Webinar on Marketing in the COVID-19 Era to the Bronx Third Avenue BID

Olshan Advertising partners Andrew Lustigman and Scott Shaffer, along with Olshan Intellectual Property partner Mary Grieco—all of whom are members of Olshan’s Brand Management & Protection Practice Group—will present a webinar entitled “Marketing in the COVID-19 Era” for the Bronx Third Avenue Business Improvement District on December 16 at 9am. Areas to be covered include ecommerce marketing, advertising claims, social media marketing, and data privacy, followed by a Q&A. Read More ›

Andrew Lustigman Quoted in The Legal Examiner on the Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against TikTok

Andrew Lustigman, head of Olshan’s Advertising, Marketing & Promotions Practice Group, was quoted in The Legal Examiner on the recent class action lawsuit filed against TikTok by a group of parents who are suing the social media app under allegations that it illegally collects and shares identification information to send to China. Read More ›

Andrew Lustigman Quoted in AdAge on the Advertisement Agreements Between TikTok and Brands

Andrew Lustigman, head of Olshan’s Advertising, Marketing & Promotions Practice Group, was quoted in AdAge (subscription required) regarding the impending ban that may happen to TikTok and how it would affect the brands that use the platform to publish its advertisements. Read More ›

The Evolving Nature of Identifying and Disclosing the Business Risks of Using Third-Party Social Media Marketing

In Casper Sleep’s initial public offering prospectus, the company states that the use of third-party paid marketing programs to promote its products presents the possibility of negatively affecting its reputation and subjecting it to fines and other penalties. Read More ›

Andrew Lustigman Quoted in LegalTech News on Lawyers, Their Use of Social Media, Ethics and Time Constraints

Andrew Lustigman, head of Olshan’s Advertising, Marketing & Promotions Practice Group, was quoted in a LegalTech News article on the use of social media by attorneys and the ethical implications that accompany it.  Read More ›

The FTC Issues New Resources for Influencers: “Disclosures 101 for Social Media Influencers”

Influencer marketing is one of the most popular marketing tools for companies in today’s market.  Influencers can make substantial sums of money for just one post.  While this is a great way for influencers to earn a living and for companies to get their message across to today’s consumers, there are risks involved with social media marketing if not executed properly.  The Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”), among other responsibilities, works to stop deceptive advertising.  As we have previously reported, everyone involved in social media marketing needs to be sure that influencers comply with the FTC’s Enforcement Guidelines  (the “Guidelines”). Read More ›

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