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The most important, but not the only regulator of advertising is the Federal Trade Commission. The FTC has the power to order a business to cease and desist using an advertisement found to be deceptive, and violation of an...more
I. FTC REGULATION OF ADVERTISING.
Under Section 5 of the Federal Trade Commission Act, the Commission has broad authority to prohibit "unfair or deceptive acts or practices" in interstate commerce. 15 U.S.C. § 45. This is...more
A networking distributor cannot help but being blurry-eyed as he or she reads through the dense language of the policies and procedures and contractual agreements of a network marketing company. Such agreements are a close...more
How would you feel if a competitor set up shop in the next town using your brand?...more
The undeniable benefits of word of mouth and viral marketing via blogs, Twitter, Facebook and other social media platforms have radically changed the marketing landscape. In an effort to stay current with the way in which...more
What's in a name? Ask Marlboro, Nestle or Coca-Cola. Those names are worth billions of dollars. And, so it is also with brand names in the direct selling industry like Amway, Tupperware and Mary Kay.
At the beginning of an...more
Every day we see it. On the TV screen and the billboards, MCI and Sprint are challenging America to save money by switching from AT&T. Coke and Pepsi challenge each other in taste tests and car manufacturers challenge the...more
Example 1: A drug company commissions research on its product by an outside organization. The drug company determines the overall subject of the research (e.g., to test the efficacy of a newly developed product) and pays a...more
FTC Publishes Final Guides Governing Endorsements, Testimonials
Changes Affect Testimonial Advertisements, Bloggers, Celebrity Endorsements
The Federal Trade Commission today announced that it has approved final...more
Welcome to the MLMLegal.Com Resource Center regarding the FTC Guidelines on Endorsements and Testimonials. In this Center will be found significant and detailed resource information on the FTC Guidelines as they impact MLM,...more
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