Ad Law Access

Updates on advertising law and privacy law trends, issues, and developments

10th Circuit Decision at Odds with FTC over “American Made” Claims

I Dig Texas and Creager Services both sell construction equipment called skid steer attachments. I Dig Texas urged customers to buy its products instead of Creager Services’ products by appealing to their sense of…

Court Holds Reasonable Consumers Won’t be Misled by Sephora’s “Clean” Claims

Last week, we posted about an NAD decision that provides some helpful guidance for advertisers who want to use the word “clean” to describe their products. One day later, a New York federal court issued a decision in…

Top Advertising Law Developments in 2023

If you follow our blog, you already know that there have been a number of significant developments in the world of advertising law over the past 12 months. In this post, we highlight ten of those developments and…

SharkNinja Faces Heat Over Temperature and Non-Stick Claims

In 1985, Bon Jovi released their second studio album, 7800° Fahrenheit. As a good New Jersey resident with good taste in music, I bought the album. I remember learning that the title supposedly referred to the melting…

In Your Face: Connecticut District Court Denies Motion To Dismiss in Coppertone “FACE” Sunscreen False Ad Case

Kelley Drye

A few months ago when sun-seeking consumers were eagerly anticipating the start of summer, we wrote about a consumer false advertising case involving Beiersdorf’s Coppertone sunscreen brand. In that case, plaintiff…