Advertising Law Newsletter - March 16, 2011


In this issue: IAB Members Pledge to Follow Self-Regulatory Principles; Illinois Court Revives Light Cigarette Class Action; Can a Facebook Friend Request Violate the Lanham Act?; FTC Fights Work-From-Home-Be-Your-Own-Boss-Scams; and Judge Resoundingly Rejects Settlement.

Excerpt from "IAB Members Pledge...":

The Interactive Advertising Bureau Board of Directors recently voted unanimously to require all members to sign a new code of conduct that necessitates their compliance with the industry’s self-regulatory principles.

Current members will have up to six months to make the pledge; new members must become compliant within three months of joining the group.

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