Advertising Law -- August 2, 2012


In This Issue:

*9th Circuit Rejects $10.6M Settlement in Kellogg False Claim Suit

*Court Tosses LinkedIn Suit – Again

*Actions Can Imply Consent in Publicity Rights Suits, Court Says Consumer Awareness of Behavioral Advertising Rises – But So Does Concern

*IAB Plans to Self-Regulate Mobile Platform

Excerpt from 9th Circuit Rejects $10.6M Settlement in Kellogg False Claim Suit

The 9th Circuit recently set aside the $10.6 million settlement in a consumer class action in which the plaintiffs alleged that Kellogg made false claims that its Frosted Mini-Wheats cereal could improve children’s cognitive development.

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