False Advertising Disputes: Interplay between Courts and the NAD

Bradley L. Cohn and Kristine A. Bergman

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The National Advertising Division of the Council of Better Business Bureaus (NAD) provides a self-regulatory system for addressing disputes over false and misleading advertising. The NAD, which is staffed by attorneys experienced in advertising law, offers an organized and often effective means of resolving such disputes.

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