Topic: False Advertising

As Award Season Returns, So Do Legal Issues That Affect Fashions Worn By The Stars
Retailers Should Think Through the Growing Use of Mobile Devices to Purchase Goods and Services
New Technological Solutions to Converting In-Store Retail Sales Raise Familiar Legal Issues
Why Black Friday and Cyber Monday Sales Are Less Common in Europe than the U.S.
What Could Possibly Go Wrong in a Contract for a Fashion Shoot?
New U.S. Supreme Court Case Creates Uniform Test for False Advertising Standing, Endorses a Proximate Cause Defense to Statutory Claims, But May Be Most Popular With Gray Marketeers
Red Carpet Rulebook: The legal issues raised by award season fashions
The Federal Circuit’s clarification of pleading standards in design patent case stands out in annual review
New Pinterest “Promoted Pins” - Delivering Ads on Social Media Platforms
Although increasingly trendy, marketing for “organic” fashion products should be accurate

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