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Advertising & Marketing Newsnotes: Ofcom finds ITV celebrity interviews excessively promotionalBy Philip Hughes
Issue 54 July 2013. Weighty matters - Ofcom takes ITV to task over the excessive promotion of products and services by celebrities. Philip Hughes discusses the decision
Advertising & Marketing Newsnotes - Issue 55 - November 2013By Chris Rycroft, Alice Bainton, Ned Lewis, Rebecca Craker, Joanna Martin, Daniel Bugler, Bryony Compson
The Advertising & Marketing Newsnotes cover recent developments in marketing law. Issue 55 covers Implied health claims for food subject to ASA scrutiny; Facebook relaxes its rules on running promotions; ASA revises its approach to Twitter disclosures; Trading Standards replace OFT as ASA backstop regulator; OFT proposes new Principles for in-app payments; Two ASA adjudications on claims to worldwide superiority; Proposed exceptions to copyright for parody and quotations; and the Government proposals for major consumer law reforms.
The new data protection regulation: where are we now?
Area of law: Reputation Management24th April 2014, 8:15am - 11:00am, 5 Chancery Lane, Clifford's Inn, London, EC4A 1BL
Jonathan Coad comments in Reuters' article "UK police investigating Trinity Mirror over phone hacking"By Jonathan Coad
Jonathan Coad comments in the recent Reuters' article "UK police investigating Trinity Mirror over phone hacking".