Archive for ‘Commercial Speech’

San Diego Man Suing MillerCoors Over False Advertising of Blue Moon Product Speaks With NBC7 | NBC 7 San Diego

by   |  05.07.15  |  Commercial Speech

Evan Parent claims MillerCoors deceived him by advertising their product, Blue Moon, as craft beer. More »

Urban Outfitters told to remove online ad featuring ‘too-skinny’ model – The Washington Post

by   |  01.06.15  |  Commercial Speech

Urban Outfitters told to remove online ad featuring ‘too-skinny’ model – The Washington Post. More »

Dispensary Removes Pot-Smoking Santa Painting After Complaints « CBS Los Angeles

by   |  12.17.14  |  Commercial Speech

Dispensary Removes Pot-Smoking Santa Painting After Complaints « CBS Los Angeles. More »

What are the constitutional limits on compelled commercial speech?

by   |  04.07.14  |  Commercial Speech

What are the constitutional limits on compelled commercial speech?. More »

TV pitchman Kevin Trudeau gets 10-year sentence – Houston Chronicle

by   |  03.17.14  |  Commercial Speech

TV pitchman Kevin Trudeau gets 10-year sentence – Houston Chronicle. More »

FTC to examine ‘sponsored content’ online advertising – The Hills Hillicon Valley

by   |  09.17.13  |  Commercial Speech

The regulation of commercial speech continues to hinge on defining commercial speech, which is a challenge in this context. More »

Playboy told to remove neon sign bearing iconic bunny logo from West Texas road

by   |  07.11.13  |  Commercial Speech

Playboy told to remove neon sign bearing iconic bunny logo from West Texas road More »

Feds Back Down From Scary Cigarette Warning Labels | Adweek

by   |  03.20.13  |  Commercial Speech

Feds Back Down From Scary Cigarette Warning Labels | Adweek. More »

Company accused of selling phony 9/11 coins to pay $750K | Fox News

by   |  01.20.13  |  Commercial Speech

Company accused of selling phony 9/11 coins to pay $750K | Fox News. More »

Case against Mount Laurel’s billboard ban heard in federal court

by   |  10.06.12  |  Commercial Speech

Case against Mount Laurel’s billboard ban heard in federal court. More »