Advertising Law - August 13, 2009



*Alan Brunswick, L. Peter Parcher, Lee Phillips and Jordan Yospe Named to The Hollywood Reporter’s Power Lawyers Top 100

*Officials Say Craigslist Still Hosts Sex Ads

*FTC Testifies About Efforts to Battle Deceptive Ads

*Ocean Spray Loses Bid to Dismiss Pom Wonderful Litigation

*Telemarketer Gets Five-Year Ban for Violating Do Not Call Rules

*Vegan Group Wants Warning on Hot Dogs

*Ad Campaign Says Bottled Water Companies Spread Lies

*Nestlé Wants Muscle Milk to Change Its Name

*Google Accused of Displaying Ads on “Low Quality” Sites

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