As localities order people to stay at home and non-essential businesses to close, consumers are turning to online options.  Although you might welcome the traffic, you might also be facing unexpected challenges like a reduced work force, supply chain disruptions, manufacturing shifts from regular inventory to medical necessities, and other hurdles that can cause shipping

The plaintiffs’ class action bar continues to target “healthy” advertising claims made by food and beverage companies by bringing expensive class action lawsuits against the companies.

The latest company forced to defend its advertising is BA Sports Nutrition, LLC, the maker of BodyArmor SuperDrink, which was recently hit with a putative class action in the

BodyArmor targeted in class action

BodyArmor Targeted in Class Action

The plaintiffs’ class action bar continues to target “healthy” advertising claims made by food and beverage companies by bringing expensive class action lawsuits against the companies.

Silver v. BA Sports Nutrition
The latest company forced to defend its advertising is BA Sports Nutrition, LLC, the maker of BodyArmor SuperDrink, which

At the end of 2019, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo released the 10th proposal of his 2020 State of the State Agenda, which aims to eliminate the so-called “pink tax,” a gender-based pricing phenomenon that allegedly results in higher prices for good and services marketed towards women as compared to substantially similar alternatives marketed

In 2019, Ad Law Access published 124 stories on a wide range of topics. However, two topics stood out above the others:

  • California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)
    CCPA was far and away the most popular topic of 2019 and, as mentioned in one of our last posts of the year, “businesses and privacy professionals

This month, AutoZone agreed to pay almost $50 million to settle a class action over changes the company made to its loyalty program.

According to the complaint, AutoZone promised consumers that they would receive a credit for every purchase of over $20, and that once they accumulated five credits, they would receive a $20 reward.

Partner John Villafranco, co-chair Samantha Knox, Associate General Counsel, Competition and Regulatory, Facebook, and the Honorable Christine S. Wilson, Commissioner, Federal Trade Commission, will be speaking at the ABA’s Section of Antitrust Law’s In-House Institute at Devil’s Thumb Ranch in Tabernash, Colorado on October 14-15, 2019.

The Institute is offered to in-house counsel and

Imagine you are perusing the coffee aisle in the grocery store and see a product described as “freshly ground,” “100% Arabica Coffee,” “Hazelnut Crème,” “Medium Bodied,” and “Rich, Nutty Flavor.”  Would you think that the coffee contains hazelnuts?  Should consumers be expected to consult the ingredient list to clarify any confusion?  And what exactly is

CBD marketers can learn something from the food industry.  And it has nothing to do with the regulatory morass around whether CBD can be legally added to foods.  It’s about managing the risk of consumer false advertising litigation.  Lawsuits filed in California and New York help illustrate what kinds of cases are already being brought

Please join us on May 1 in Charlotte for a half-day workshop covering the latest advertising and privacy law developments. This interactive event will provide an update on crucial consumer protection issues, deliver practical guidance and benchmarking, and offer an opportunity to connect with peers across a variety of industries.

This workshop will be open