Advertising Law Newsletter - June 23, 2011


In this issue:

Manatt’s Advertising, Marketing & Media Practice Receives National Ratings for Excellence in Chambers USA 2011; State Legislators Reject Law Regulating Social Networks; Pharmaceutical Companies Face Impact of Facebook Policy Change; Google Gets Approval for Buzz Settlement; ECPA: Legislation, Court Decision; Massachusetts Suit Mirrors Recent California Ruling on Zip Codes; NAD: Discontinue Unsupported Superiority Claims for P&G’s Downy; New Suits: False, Unsupported Claims Alleged in Probiotics, Arthritis Pills; Court: Fiji’s “Green Drop” Seal Not Misleading; Trademark Suits Over Tea, Living Comfortably; Actress Loses Publicity Rights Suit Against Photo Agency; Actress Loses Publicity Rights Suit Against Photo Agency; and Noted and Quoted...Christopher Cole Unpacks Claims at Issue in False Advertising

Lawsuit Filed by Plastic Bag Manufacturers.

Excerpt from 'Manatts Advertising...':

Manatt’s Advertising, Marketing & Media Division was recognized as one of the nation’s leading practices for both advertising transactional work and litigation in the newly published, ninth annual Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business.

Beyond the superior practice ratings, four of the Division’s lawyers were identified as “Leading Lawyers,” including Division Chair Linda Goldstein, New York litigation partner Thomas C. Morrison, Washington, D.C. litigation partner Christopher A. Cole, and New York partner Jeffrey S. Edelstein.

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