Find the replay of our webinar Cleaning Up From 2020: Guidance for Disinfectant, Germ and Virus Killing Claims here.

COVID-19 has brought a proliferation of products claiming to kill or otherwise inhibit viruses, bacteria and other germs. These products, before they can be legally sold, are heavily regulated by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

We’ve posted about how the FTC, FDA, and EPA have each targeted companies for making unsubstantiated claims about how their products can treat or cure the coronavirus. Now, we’ll add another acronym to the list – NAD.

NAD recently issued a decision involving a video by the owners Your Superfoods, promoting the company’s Immunity Bundle.

Advertising LawEPA issued another in a series of recent advisories aiming to clarify for consumers and companies what they need to know about disinfectant products claiming to kill the coronavirus.  EPA is actively investigating the numerous tips and complaints it continues to receive concerning products marketed with possibly false and misleading coronavirus/COVID-19 related claims.

FDA and FTC Joint Warning Letters Target Amazon Affiliates Making False COVID-19 ClaimsEarlier this week, federal regulators continued their efforts to combat the spread of products featuring allegedly false and misleading claims that products can diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent COVID-19.  In warning letters issued to CBD Gaze, Alternavita, Musthavemom.com, and Careful Cents LLC, the agencies identify the respective recipients as participants in

Companies continue to reel from business disruptions caused by the spread of coronavirus, and in many cases have struggled to navigate the swiftly changing landscape in which they are required to operate (or not operate).  At the end of the first full month of the crisis, as infections appear to plateau in epicenters like

Ad Law Access Podcast - Health Claims in the Context of COVID-19

The FTC recently sent warning letters to companies for falsely claiming that their products can treat or prevent COVID-19. On the latest episode of the Ad Law Access Podcast, partner Kristi Wolff  discusses the importance of keeping the current pandemic context in mind when making health claims more generally.

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Last week, the FTC sent warning letters to ten multi-level marketing companies alleging that the companies failed to stop their participants from making deceptive product and earnings claims related to COVID-19.  The letters request that the companies report within 48 hours what actions they have taken to stop their distributors from claiming their products can

Ad Law Access PodcastAs retailers have shifted to online and ship to store/ship from store sales, we’ve been getting a variety of questions from our retailing clients.

On the latest episode of the Ad Law Access Podcast, Advertising and Marketing chair Christie Grymes Thompson and partner Kristi Wolff answer retailer questions regarding pricing, shipping, refunds, customer reviews, and

As business people, airport management, and event hosts everywhere try to figure out how they can return to business as usual, many are considering telethermographic device systems.  These are cameras that can detect human temperature in comparison to their surroundings to help identify fevers.  Reuters reported last week that Amazon implemented thermal cameras at its