Advertising Law - April 28, 2010


In This Issue:

*What Do Terri Seligman, Sweepstakes, Contests and Spring Cleaning Have in Common?

*SPECIAL FOCUS: New York Sues Tempur-Pedic For Alleged Vertical Price-Fixing

*eBay Didn't Violate Tiffany's Trademark Rights – But Could Be Liable for False Advertising

*Court: Communications Between Attorneys, Outside Ad Agencies Not Privileged

*Advocacy Groups File Complaint With FTC Over Behavioral Advertising

*Washington Enacts Data Breach Law With Potential Liability for Retailers, Processors

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