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The Telephone Consumer Protection Act is a United States federal statute enacted in 1991 to protect consumers from unsolicited telephone marketing calls.  
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Advertising Law -- Jun 07, 2013

SPECIAL FOCUS: CFPB - The Dodd-Frank Act provides that the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau ("CFPB") may take action against certain persons who engage in unfair, deceptive or abusive acts or practices....more

Advertising Law -- May 23, 2013

SPECIAL FOCUS: CFPB - On May 9, 2013 the Federal Trade Commission sent a letter to the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection (“CFPB”) that describes its enforcement actions and other activities during 2012 with...more

Advertising Law - Jan 25, 2013

In This Issue: Energy Drink Draws the Ire of the NAD; User Files TCPA Suit Against Yahoo; and Yogi Can’t Bend the Law for Copyright Protection....more

Advertising Law -- Dec 14, 2012

In This Issue: Hotel Web Sites Receive Warning Letters From the FTC; Not So Lucky? Jeans Brand to Pay $10M to Settle Text Message Suit; NAD: Environmental Claims for Cookware Products Are Overstated; Another “Natural”...more

Advertising Law -- Nov 29, 2012

In This Issue: Could Papa John’s be Liable for $250 Million in a Spam Text Suit?; FTC Chair: COPPA Update by End of 2012, Do Not Track Will Take Longer; Calm Down! CSPI Targets Caffeinated Products; Confirmatory Opt-Out...more

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