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Originally published in the Los Angeles Daily Journal on February 28, 2013.
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In this issue:
- It’s Easier Being Green
- Off-Label Marketing Protected by First Amendment
- Understanding New Restrictions on Advertising GI Bill Benefits
- FTC Looks at "The Big Picture"
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The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) recently adopted revised Guides for the Use of Environmental Marketing Claims (Green Guides). The 2012 Green Guides, which modify a 1998 version, are...more
The Federal Trade Commission, completing a multi-year review of its Guides for the Use of Environmental Marketing Claims (the "Green Guides" or "Guides"), issued the final version of the revised Guides on October 1. The Green...more
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The Federal Trade Commission...more
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