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Supreme Court Rules New York Law Prohibiting Disclosure of Surcharges Regulates Speech, Sends Case to Second Circuit for First Amendment Analysis

USA - April 5 2017 On March 29, 2017 the Supreme Court of the United States held that a New York law prohibiting retailers from disclosing credit card surcharges, while...

Christopher L. Boone, Randal M. Shaheen.


There is No Such Thing as “Free Golf Balls”: The FTC Continues Crackdowns on Negative Option Marketers

USA - April 3 2017 We love golf, cooking, and the Restore Online Shoppers’ Confidence Act (“ROSCA”), so when the FTC brings a case involving all of this, we are...


When the Cover Up Is Worse Than the Crime

USA - March 29 2017 Legal history is replete with stories of persons or companies turning a manageable legal problem into a more serious one by trying to hide or destroy...


The FTC Weighs in Further on All Natural Claims

USA - December 20 2016 At last year’s Kennedy Center Honors, Aretha Franklin brought down the house and brought President Obama to tears with her rendition of Natural Woman...


NY AG Keeps up the Pressure on Astroturfing

USA - December 14 2016 When I think of Astroturf this time of year I think of football. That probably isn’t true for the New York AG’s office, which has continued its...