Advertising Law Newsletter - 2011 Midyear Recap - July 14, 2011


In this issue: Emerging Media, Including Social Networks and Blogs; Privacy; Mobile Marketing; Green Marketing; Marketing Directed to Children; Marketing Health and Nutrition; Marketing and Sales Practices; Sweepstakes, Games and Contests; and NAD and False Advertising Litigation.

As we enter the second half of 2011, we are pleased to bring you our inaugural Advertising Law recap issue. We’ve taken stock of the most significant stories and trends covered in our weekly newsletter and have prepared a top-line overview of the key issues that impact your work and your business.

We invite you to share Advertising Law – 2011 Midyear Recap with colleagues and friends who may be interested in keeping current on what’s happening in this rapidly evolving space.

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