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Do NAD Decisions Serve As Class Action Fodder?

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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“Piggyback” lawsuits following National Advertising Division decisions have raised concerns among firms participating in NAD’s self-regulatory process. Attorneys discuss at the NAD Annual Conference Oct. 1 in New York.

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