Ad Law News and Views-September 8, 2016


Unnecessary Roughness: FTC Sacking Claims About Brain Health

Partner Kristi L. Wolff authored the Concussion Litigation Reporter article Unnecessary Roughness: FTC Sacking Claims About Brain Health.” The article notes that the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has made brain health and cognitive function products an enforcement priority. Ms. Wolff discusses what companies marketing products with brain health or cognition benefits need to know about the FTC’s enforcement in this area and the strength of evidence required to support product claims. Read more…
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September 14, 2016”,“WASHINGTON, DC
Food Advertising, Labeling, and Litigation Conference   
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Annual Conference of the International Bar Association  
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September 28, 2016”,“NEW YORK, NY
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\"\"Developing and Substantiating Product Claims
October 5, 2016”,“LAS VEGAS, NV
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October 13, 2016”,“CHICAGO, IL
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\"\"Privacy and Security Lessons from the FTC’s 100-Year History and Activities in Other Areas​
October 26, 2016”,“WASHINGTON, DC
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