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NAD Has ‘High Hopes’ Firms Will Cooperate On Schedules To Accelerate Reviews

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

The National Advertising Division changes its review process to allow opposing companies greater control over scheduling and resolving their disputes. The changes, recommended by ABA committees, also impose fees on both firms in appeals and allow more time for compliance with decisions.

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