Welcome to the latest edition of Marketinglaw.
This month’s coverage includes:
- Ofcom opens consultation on HFSS advertising restrictions
- ASA and the machine
- Influencer marketing guidance gets a rebrand
- Act Fast: The CMA increases its focus on urgency and price reduction claims
- Carbon neutral claims on food packaging: the complex task of separating the wheat from the chaff
- CAP provides guidance on advertising “free trials” and promotional offer subscription services
- Premier League clubs agree to withdraw gambling sponsors from front of shirts from the 2026/27 season
- ASA issues warning on the depiction of physical injury in in-game ads
- The ‘unfiltered’ truth behind product #ads
- Don’t ‘fur-get’ that substantiation needs to be specific to your product
- A guilty treat
- Swytch discounts take consumers for a ride
- ASA provides guidance on how to ensure that your insurance claims are compliant
- Lufthansa’s environmental impact under fire
- Influencers: what’s in it for you?
Osborne Clarke webinars and insights
You may also be interested in:
- Regulatory Outlook March 2023
- UK’s Ofcom opens consultation on HFSS advertising restrictions
- New rules on advertisements for virtual currencies in Belgium
- Italy implements the ‘Omnibus’ Directive
- Artificial intelligence and machine learning
- What does the UK’s white paper on AI propose and will it work?
- UK government reignites data protection reform
- UK Media Bill proposes a major overhaul of UK broadcast laws
- UK government moves to regulate promotion of cryptoassets
- Next step against “greenwashing”: The European Commission’s proposal for a Green Claims Directive
- New UK legislation envisages powerful digital markets regime and significant reform to consumer law
You can also register for our Media and Entertainment Webinar Series 2023 and Eating Compliance for Breakfast series.
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