Countless tweets and YouTube accounts have been ranting against the recent monetization changes YouTube has made, which allows them to demonetize any videos that violate their terms of service for running ads.
Stag's Leap Cellars alleges "The Stag" is responsible for a number of violations, including false designation of origin, unfair competition and false advertising.
The Federal Trade Commission has announced the agenda for its September 15 workshop, Putting Disclosures to The Test, which will include 22 presentations covering a wide variety of topics on how consumers think about, notice, understand, and act on disclosures made to them in advertising and other materials.
New claim that General Mills is deceiving customers with a label on Nature Valley granola bars that says the snacks are “made with 100% natural grain oats,” because the products contain small amounts of a widely used pesticide called glyphosate.
For the first time, the Federal Trade Commission is going after what it considers to be a predatory publisher of scientific journals.
Walgreens has agreed to pay $500,000 in penalties, fees, and costs to the state of New York to settle claims by the Attorney General’s office that it deceived shoppers into buying items at a higher price than advertised.
As the saying goes, “there’s no use crying over spilt milk”, but there could be plenty of tears in the legal battle between Japanese beverage giant Lion Group and The a2 Milk Company, with the former now accusing its rival of misleading and deceptive advertising.
P&G’s Gillette has filed a lawsuit in the United States courts against Edgewell Personal Care’s Schick brand. The complaint alleges deceptive acts and practices, false advertising, unfair competition, and patent infringement by Edgewell
Practice Fusion was charged with soliciting reviews from patients and posting them online - without concealing personal identification information. According to the FTC, the patients in question were unaware their information would be disseminated online.