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New Florida Law Gives College Athletes Right to Profit from their Name, Image and Likeness

USA - July 16 2020 Last month, Florida Governor Ran DeSantis signed a new bill into law allowing college athletes to be paid for use of their names, images and…

Jason Gordon

Legally blown: Reese Witherspoon and her fashion line face breach of contract and privacy class action over ‘free dress’ giveaway

USA - July 13 2020 Hollywood movie star Reese Witherspoon and her clothing line, Draper James, LLC, have found themselves the subjects of a public relations debacle…

Sarah Bruno, Jason Gordon

Court Approves Agreement By California Supplement Company to Stop Unsubstantiated COVID-19 and Cancer Treatment Claims in Response to FTC Lawsuit and Administrative Action

USA - May 28 2020 On April 29, 2020, a federal judge in Los Angeles, California approved a stipulation filed by the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) in which Marc…

Kathyleen A. O'Brien

LA Sues Seller of “Must-Have” Radish Paste that Falsely Claims to Prevent COVID-19

USA - May 18 2020 Last week, the Los Angeles City Attorney’s office filed a civil lawsuit against KNature Co., Inc. d/b/a Insan Healing, Inc. (Insan), a Los…

Kathyleen A. O'Brien

The FTC Sends Additional Rounds of Warning Letters Over Health and Earnings Claims Related to Coronavirus

USA - May 11 2020 The Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) announced it has issued twenty-one additional Warning Letters to marketers throughout the United States for…

Jason Gordon