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The food industry is relieved that measures that would have required disclosing genetically modified ingredients on food and beverage labels were defeated at the polls in both Colorado and Oregon on Tuesday.
Each new device, technology, and medium gives marketers new ways to connect with and engage consumers. However, every advancement in advertising has legal ramifications. This Insight Brief shares concerns and advice around issues such as native advertising, global expansion, and the emerging Internet of Things.
The latest developments in Washington around issues of tax reform, gridlock, and data security.
Representative Laura DeLauro (D-Conn.) is working on a proposal to tax sugar-sweetened beverages, such as soda, to help combat the country's obesity issues.
Dan Jaffe, group executive vice president, government relations at ANA, discussed the latest news regarding ad taxes, patent trolls, food advertising, and privacy.
Jill Bollettieri, assistant general counsel at General Mills, and David G. Mallen, partner and co-chair of advertising disputes at Loeb & Loeb LLP., examined the latest issues surrounding the marketing of health and wellness to consumers.
Dolores DiBella, associate counsel of intellectual property at the National Football League, and Lawrence Weinstein, partner at Proskauer Rose LLP, discussed the best defense strategies for meritless Lanham Act claims.
Dan Jaffe, group executive vice president of government relations at the ANA, discussed the latest developments in Washington involving ad taxes and food advertising.
David Buzby, director, government relations at ANA, discussed the latest issues and developments in Washington regarding ad taxes, “do not track,” food advertising, and ICANN’s top-level domain program.
Huw Morris, associate at Reed Smith LLP, discussed developments in Europe, including copyright, advertising, and consumer privacy regulation.
This article from Venable LLP discusses the recent Federal Trade Commission (FTC) final opinion that POM Wonderful LLC violated the FTC Act by making false or misleading claims to promote their products.
Senator Mark Pryor (D-AR), chairman of the Communications, Technology, and the Internet Subcommittee (CTI) of the Commerce, Science, and Transportation Committee of the United States Senate, provided an update on the present focus of the subcommittee for addressing advertising and privacy concerns in today’s online marketplace.
Online privacy and food advertising are among the hot issues in 2013. Learn how theses issues could impact the marketing community in the coming year.
Dan Jaffe, group EVP, government relations, ANA, discussed key issues advertisers will face in 2013, including ad tax deductibility, online piracy and privacy, and food and beverage advertising.
Regardless of who wins the presidential election, the ad industry faces several critical areas of vulnerability. In response to ad tax threats, the ANA and other industry groups helped develop the Global Insights report, which demonstrates that advertising is a major driver of job creation in the U.S.
Top Alcohol Beverage Producers Agree to Exceed Current EU Marketing Standards, and to Enforce Them Though Self-Regulation
As an exemplary example that self regulation works in the advertising industry, leading producers from the European alcohol industry launched a comprehensive initiative to strengthen independent advertising self-regulatory schemes for alcohol beverage marketing.
This advertising alert from Davis & Gilbert LLP discusses the first action of the Council of Better Business Bureau’s National Advertising Division (NAD) involving social media site Pinterest.
Dan Jaffe, group EVP, government relations, ANA, discussed the latest issues in Washington regarding ad taxes, food advertising to children, ICANN’s proposed top-level domain (TLD) program, and online piracy best practices.
Jim Davidson, chair, public policy practice committee and managing partner, Polsinelli Shughart PC, and Mary Catherine Toker, vice president, government and public affairs, General Mills, Inc., discussed the attempt by the Interagency Working Group in 2010 to revise the nutritional standards for foods and beverages advertised during children’s TV programs.
Robert Corn-Revere, partner, Davis Wright Tremaine, LLP, and Richard Samp, chief counsel, Washington Legal Foundation, discussed the current state of commercial speech doctrine and how case outcomes may impact the required or allowable messages featured with products and services.