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Advertisers make hay while the horsemeat scandal races on

United Kingdom, European Union - March 1 2013 With news in this week that a certain Swedish retailer has joined the list of companies whose beef products have been found to contain elements of...

ASA bans naked farmer ad, but not for the flesh on display

United Kingdom - December 10 2012 A TV ad for Richmond ham which features a naked man wearing only a cap and eating a ham sandwich, was banned by the ASA at the end of last month, but not for the reasons you might think....

Louboutin wins exclusive right to sell its (red) sole

USA - September 21 2012 In a decision of 5 September 2012, the 2nd US Circuit Court of Appeals in New York ruled that the red soles used in Christian Louboutin’s shoes were a "distinctive symbol that qualifies for trade mark protection" and therefore a valid and enforceable trademark....