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
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