Category: Advertising Law
Is the NAD Forum Right for Your Advertising Dispute?
In certain advertising disputes, it may be possible and considerably more affordable to argue the advertising dispute before the National Advertising Division (NAD) of the Council of Better Business Bureaus, rather than taking the matter to court or to some other government entity. The NAD is a branch of the self-regulating Advertising Self-Regulatory Council (ASRC)… READ MORE
When Comparative Advertising Turns into Trade Disparagement
One technique that companies often use to advertise their product or service is by drawing comparisons against their competitor’s product or service. This advertising technique is known as comparative advertising. Comparative advertising specifically identifies the competitor by name and highlights discrepancies in the quality of the competitor’s product or service compared to its own product… READ MORE