FTC ‘Organic’ Guidance Could Help To Curtail Litigation; Comments On 'Green Guides' Update Due 24 April
Amin Talati Wasserman partner Angela Diesch on the possibility of FTC "organic" advertising guidance
The US Federal Trade Commission is accepting comments through 24 April on potential updates to its Guides for the Use of Environmental Marketing Claims, aka “Green Guides,” including on whether it should address “organic” product advertising. Angela Diesch, a partner at law firm Amin Talati Wasserman, discusses.
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