court-image-300x300 Advertising Law

Advertising can be a source of liability for any business. The Federal Trade Commission, along with state regulators, enforces a wide variety of laws and rules relating to advertising, marketing, and promotion. Any false, deceptive, or unfair advertising practice can result in significant consequences, particularly when directed at consumers. The First Amendment protects commercial speech, however the government can impose reasonable restrictions that are tailored to address a specific governmental interest. Our firm has substantial experience representing clients in state and federal courts, FTC enforcement actions, consumer disputes, and state-level investigations. Over the years, we have advised hundreds of advertising networks and affiliates on the unique legal issues associated with online advertising in grey area markets. Our attorneys have the experience to provide strategic legal guidance on advertising law to clients throughout the country.

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