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Sports Gambling Marketing’s New Market: Ohio!
On January 1, 2023, a new law went into effect that legalizes sports gambling at brick-and-mortar locations, and via the Internet and mobile devices in
New FTC Health-Related Advertising Guidelines Released
Marketing companies take notice: on December 20, 2022, the Federal Trade Commission’s (“FTC’s” or “Agency’s”) Bureau of Consumer Protection released a 40-page, comprehensive Health Products
New York AG: Marketing to Consumers Must be Clear and Conspicuous!
Companies that market products and services to New York State consumers must be sure that their advertising efforts are lawful and above board. Any significant
Is California’s Automatic Renewal Law the Next Litigation Cash Cow?
California’s Automatic Renewal Law (“ARL”) saw its most recent amendment take effect on July 1, 2022. As businesses that operate online in California are aware,
Marketing CBD in Food and Beverages: Beware of FDA Warnings
The United States Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (“FD&C Act”) is a set of regulations that, among other things, vests authority in the U.S. Food and
Google and iHeartMedia Sued for Unlawful Paid Endorsement Marketing Practices
Product and service endorsement is an effective way to generate consumer interest. As our readers know, this method of advertising must comply with applicable state
Facebook Sets Restrictions on Online Gambling Ads
Facebook has updated and is now enforcing their gambling and gaming service marketing policy. In order to feature ads that promote online gambling and gaming,
Law360 – Why Website Operators Must Beware of Tracking Tech Missteps
By David Klein and Julie Klein. November 10, 2022 A typical visit to virtually any website, retail or otherwise, automatically prompts a mini pop-up query
Are You Ready to Roll out a Marijuana Advertising Campaign?
As many in the industry know, the Marihuana Regulation & Taxation Act (“MRTA”) was enacted in 2021, legalizing adult-use cannabis in New York State. The MRTA
Yes, You Need an NFT Artist Contract!
In the relatively new frontier of non-fungible tokens, or “NFTs,” carefully drafted contracts with artists are essential to protecting any NFT collection. NFTs are crypto
Court Rules in Favor of Leading Sweepstakes Marketing Promoter
Sweepstakes marketing campaigns are creative methods by which to spark interest in a business’ goods and/or services. Many companies are coming up with new and
New Jersey Approves New Subscription Service-Automatic Renewal Law
State legislatures throughout the country are increasingly enacting laws to protect consumers online. Many of these new laws address a person’s digital interaction with a