Proskauer on Advertising Law
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Tag Archives: FTC

L’Oréal Smooths Things Over With FTC, Reaches Proposed Settlement Regarding Anti-Aging Claims For Its Skin Care Products

On June 30, the Federal Trade Commission announced that it had reached a proposed settlement with L’Oréal USA, Inc. related to the Commission’s investigation of anti-aging claims made in advertisements for Lancôme Génifique and L’Oréal Paris Youth Code products. In its complaint, the FTC asserted that L’Oréal falsely represented that the products in these two … Continue Reading

Federal Judge Trims Diet Supplement Maker’s Earnings by $40M and Orders Recall of Banned Labeling

On May 14, a Georgia federal court dished out severe contempt sanctions against Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals, its president and two others for violating a 2008 court order relating to the advertising and labeling of Hi-Tech’s “diet supplements.”  In addition to ordering a recall, the court also ordered the Hi-Tech defendants to disgorge not only their profits … Continue Reading

Get That Thing Out of My Face(book)! – Canadian Woman Brings Class Action Against Facebook in Ontario for Private Message Scanning

How private is private? This is the question at the heart of a putative class action recently brought against Facebook in Toronto.  Plaintiff Lavinia Latham claims, on behalf of herself and up to 18-million similarly situated Canadians, that Facebook committed a number of privacy offenses by extracting information from users’ private messages without permission and using that … Continue Reading

Truth In Advertising Act of 2014 — Congress Considers Legislation Aimed At Curbing Use of Digitally-Altered Photos In Advertisements

The Truth in Advertising Act of 2014 (H.R. 4341), introduced on March 27th, would mandate that the FTC create appropriate regulations to reduce the use (in advertising for commercial products) of images that have been altered in a way that “materially change[s] the physical characteristics of the faces and bodies” of any persons depicted in … Continue Reading
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