Welcome to the latest edition of Marketinglaw.
Our coverage includes the ASA and CMA’s response to DCMS’s report on influencer culture, and Kellogg’s challenge against the HFSS rules.
- Shake up due for Public Service Broadcast (PSB) advertising?
- ‘Thanks, but no thanks’: ASA and CMA respond to DCMS’ ‘Lights, Camera, inaction’ report on influencer culture
- Kellogg’s challenge to HFSS rules fails
- Paddy Power-ed on or off
- Samsung’s 2am “Night Owls” ad did not breach advertising codes
- Substantiate your RRPs
- Molly-Mae’s Insta story not so “Pretty” says ASA
Osborne Clarke webinars and insights
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- Our report on data-driven business models and the role of legal teams in delivering success. You can find out more here.
- Our 2022 Media and Entertainment webinar series ended last month but you can register to view recordings here.
- Our UK and EU digital regulation timeline (accessible from a web browser) sets out laws and regulations that are in force and in the pipeline. It is available for access in ‘beta mode’. Please get in touch if you’re interested.
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