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Advertising, Marketing, and Promotions Regulatory Enforcement Representation
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At Glover Dichter, PL, I represent advertisers and marketers either to bring or to defend challenges that arise. challenges may be based on the following:
Claim substantiation, comparative performance claims, advertising to children claims, green claim, made in the USA claims, natural claims, issues with pricing, promotions and sweepstakes/contests, social media marketing, transparency/ consumer content, negative-options, branding, labeling, and best practices standards, among others.
As an Advertising and Marketing lawyer, work with clients in the following industries:
Food and Beverage, Fashion, Technology/Electronics, Toys, Health (vitamins, supplements, etc.), Cosmetics, Financial, Travel, Communications, E-commerce, and more
As an Advertising and Marketing lawyer, I represent clients in front of the appropriate self-regulatory body in order to negotiate a positive outcome. If you receive any correspondence from any self-regulatory body under the Better Business Bureau’s Advertising Self-Regulatory Council (ASRC) such as the National Advertising Division (NAD), Children’s Advertising Review Unit (CARU), National Advertising Review Board (NARB), Electronic Retailing Self-Regulation Program (ERSP), or The Accountability Program, just know I am here to help you. Kindly contact me promptly in order to meet the deadline imposed.
National advertisements are also scrutinized by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), which is the federal government agency that has broad authority to enforce federal Advertising and Marketing Laws that “prohibit unfair, or deceptive acts or practices.” The FTC also enforces sections of the FTC Act prohibiting the “dissemination of misleading claims in food, drugs, devices, services or cosmetics.” Should you receive correspondence from the FTC, just know I am here to help you. Kindly contact me promptly in order to meet the deadline imposed.
Advertisements, whether national or regional or local, are also regulated and scrutinized through State Consumer protection offices of State Attorneys and local agencies. Consequently, local and regional marketing campaigns also need to be reviewed to satisfy the legal requirements of the intended market. Given that there are 50 states in the USA, there are 50 sets of rules to consider when advertising locally. Advertisers and marketers with national campaigns also need to meet the federal regulations for national marketing campaigns simultaneously, and I am here to guide you to meet multiple legal requirements.
I can be reached at 954-736-9787 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I look forward to working with you,