Advertising Law -- May 31, 2012


In This Issue:

Chris Cole Invited to Speak at The NLJ’s 2012 Complex Litigation Breakfast Series; Federal Judge Prevents Class Counsel Feast on Domino’s Pizza Third-Party Robocalls; FTC Obtains Court Order Enjoining Deceptive Business Opportunity Claims; Health Watchdog Group Criticizes Michael Jordan Gatorade Ad and Urges FTC to Yank the Ad; and Class Action Lawsuit Alleges Tetley Tea Falsely Advertises Health Benefits of Tea Products.

Excerpt from Federal Judge Prevents Class Counsel Feast on Domino’s Pizza Third-Party Robocalls

A federal judge ruled that Domino’s Pizza is not responsible for the actions of a telemarketing firm independently hired by a franchise restaurant.

The court granted its motion for summary judgment and denied class certification in a case alleging violations of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (“TCPA”) and Washington state law.

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