Newsletter of the Advertising, Marketing & Media Practice Group of Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP



*FTC to Kellogg: Pay Closer Attention to Ad Claims

*FTC Names Consumer Advocate, Others to Senior Staff Spots *Burger King’s SpongeBob Promo Draws Criticism

*Coke Pushes Pay-for-Performance Approach

*Supreme Court Upholds FCC’s Fleeting Expletive Rule

*FTC Pushes Back “Red Flags Rule” Enforcement

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