Virtual Fireside Chat with the FTC on Endorsements and Testimonials
3 PM EDT
The FTC’s Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising, while not law, outlines the FTC’s position on how to use testimonials in a way so as not to run afoul of Section 5. In addition to the business guidance, the FTC has published “What People Are Asking.” The FTC Staff recently updated these FAQs including in some ways that have caused many marketers to look afresh at their disclosure practices and compliance plans. SAL will sit down with Michael Ostheimer, one of the key attorneys from the update project, to discuss the updates and the FTC’s enforcement agenda, as well as answer your questions. Questions can be submitted during the program or can be submitted before by directing them to AMudge@venable.com
* Amy Mudge, Venable
* Michael Osteimer, Federal Trade Commission
FREE: Antitrust Section Members, Government, Non-profit Employees, Students
$25 Other Non-Members
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