Welcome to the latest edition of Marketinglaw.
Our coverage includes the ASA’s ruling against Arsenals promotion of fan tokens and the Health and Social Care Select Committee report on the impact of body image on mental and physical health.
This months updates
- Back-to-back defeats for Arsenal
- Will #photoshopped be forced to make an appearance? MPs call for altered image labelling laws
- Onlinegolf’s latest ad deemed sub-par by the ASA
- Wild Drinks deemed too wild
- Kenalog-off”: ASA and MHRA crackdown on the advertising of the prescription-only drug Kenalog as a treatment for hay fever
- “Coffins deemed not environmentally friendly enough!” OR “‘Green’ coffins deemed misleading”
You may also be interested in :
- Our Dipping into Data series returns this Autumn. You can register for the next session on the Data Protection and Digital Information Bill here. You can also see the previous session highlighting key developments and takeaways from this year’s Information Commissioner’s Data Protection Practitioners’ Conference here.
- Our Eating Compliance for Breakfast series also returns this Autumn. Topics include dark patterns and lessons from France on environmental obligations. You can register to attend or view recordings here.
- 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 has ended but you can register to view recordings here. Topics include: the digitalisation of advertising; the impact of upcoming online safety regulations; the future of TV; and a focus on NFTs in sport.
- 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”. (If you’re interested, please get in contact.)
Please get in touch if you have any questions or feedback.
All the best,
Editor & Associate Director