Navigating Ad Claims: Episode 1 with Pamela Deese of Arent Fox
This week on Beyond the Shelf, we are extremely excited to release the first episode of a 3-part series on Navigating Ad Claims with Pamela Deese, Partner at Arent Fox in Washington D.C. In this first episode, Pam gave us an overview of what types of claims can be made in advertising, who makes them, and what is needed to make them. She also breaks down the process that food & beverage brands need to consider before making any sort of claim in their marketing materials and touched upon what happens if a claim is made without proper substantiation.
On next week’s episode of Beyond the Shelf, we continue our conversation with Pamela Deese by discussing some of the possible legal ramifications of making unsubstantiated ad claims, as well as how social media and digital marketing fit into the current laws and regulations regarding advertising. To be notified when the next episode is live, please subscribe to Beyond the Shelf on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, and iHeartRadio – or wherever you get your episodes.
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