Advertising Law - November 4, 2011


In This Issue:

Marketers of Grants Banned by FTC from Future Sales; Kashi Faces Suit Over “Nothing Artificial” Claim; MMA Releases Proposed Privacy Guidelines; Age Is More Than a Number for One Actress; and Consumer Groups Filed FTC Complaint Against Pepsi.

Excerpt from Marketers of Grants Banned by FTC from Future Sales

Defendants who used patriotic images to promote their “Grant Connect” products and services as affiliated with the U.S. Government have settled with the Federal Trade Commission by agreeing to a permanent ban from marketing and selling similar products.

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