Navigating Ad Claims: Episode 3 with Pamela Deese of Arent Fox

This week on Beyond the Shelf, we finish our conversation with Pamela Deese, Partner at Arent Fox in Washington DC. Last week, in episode 2, we discussed what happens when brands make claims that are not or cannot be substantiated, and how ad claim laws and regulations apply to social media advertising. This week is all about awards and certifications, including how brands can earn them, how they may be used in marketing, and why you should never create your own certification program. We also touched on how advertisers (and your legal teams) can keep up with recent NAD rulings, and why it’s important to do so.

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