NAD Offers Complex And Fast Tracks: Not All Advertising Claim Reviews Are Alike
Industry Self-Regulation Group Responds To Advertisers’ Suggestions
NAD will assign three attorneys at the beginning of each Complex Track review instead of one, director Laura Brett said in a recent interview. The industry self-regulation group also recently launched its Fast-Track program for more simple ad claim challenges that rarely have been made.
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