Back in August of last year, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) hosted a workshop on video game loot boxes, which, for all you non-gamers, is a video game microtransaction in which an individual playing a video game purchases a reward containing one or more virtual items of differing value or ...
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has requested comments on its proposed Made in USA rule, which would codify its Enforcement Policy Statement on U.S. Origin Claims and allow the FTC to seek civil penalties for violations.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has sued a California-based company named Golden Sunrise Nutraceutical, Inc., and some of its officers, alleging that the company is falsely marketing its Emergency D-Virus plan as a treatment for COVID-19.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has filed suit against three online marketers for failing to deliver on promises that they could quickly ship products like face masks, hand sanitizer and other personal protective equipment related to the coronavirus pandemic.
In addition to the Federal Trade Commission, the National Advertising Division (NAD) has also been active with cases regarding COVID-19 claims.
A panel of the National Advertising Review Board (NARB) recommended that S.C. Johnson & Son, Inc., discontinue the unqualified “non-toxic” claim on package labeling for its Windex Vinegar Glass and Window Cleaner.
A series of cases concerning alleged misrepresentations of vanilla content in products have been filed against retailers and food brands.
G&M Realty (G&M), the owner of the famous New York City graffiti space known as 5Pointz, asked the Supreme Court to strike down as unconstitutional the Visual Artists Rights Act (VARA), a federal copyright law that provides limited protection for artists against destruction or mutilation of ...
For the past decade, plaintiffs’ lawyers have been trolling the Internet for websites that are incompatible with screen-reader technology used by blind people to navigate the web.
The Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) Enforcement Bureau last week issued two fines, one for $6,000 and another for $5,200, for violations of its contest rules, as two sweepstakes were not conducted as advertised.