In this issue:
- SCOTUS Greenlights Pom Wonderful v. Coca Cola Lanham Act Suit
- Steinman Authors U.S. Chapter in International Advertising Law
- 7.5 Million Reasons to Worry About TCPA Compliance – in Case You Needed any More
- No Such Thing as Bad Press? Guess Again
- NAD Greek Yogurt Decision Chock Full of Lessons for Advertisers
- Upcoming Events
- Excerpt from SCOTUS Greenlights Pom Wonderful v. Coca Cola Lanham Act Suit:
This morning, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled 8-0, with Justice Breyer recusing himself, in Pom Wonderful v. Coca Cola. The ruling in favor of Pom Wonderful overturned a Ninth Circuit decision that Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) rules preempted a Lanham Act false advertising suit brought by Pom Wonderful.
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Topics: Advertising, Chobani Inc, Coca Cola, False Advertising, General Mills, Media, POM Wonderful, SCOTUS, TCPA
Published In: Administrative Agency Updates, Civil Procedure Updates, Communications & Media Updates, Consumer Protection Updates, International Trade Updates
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