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Andrew Lustigman Quoted by Law360 on the FTC’s Client Safety Rulemaking and Enforcement in 2023: Promoting regulation Weblog


Andrew Lustigman Quoted by Law360 on the FTC’s Client Safety Rulemaking and Enforcement in 2023

Andrew Lustigman, Chair of Olshan’s Promoting, Advertising and marketing & Promotion’s Group and Co-Chair of the agency’s Model Administration & Safety Group, was quoted in Law360 (subscription required) on the Federal Commerce Fee’s (“FTC”) client safety rulemaking and enforcement efforts in 2023. The company’s concentrate on pricing disclosures—particularly its October 2022 proposed rulemaking on addressing “junk charges,” pointless, unavoidable, or shock expenses that inflate prices whereas including little to no worth to customers—will probably have an effect on “a wide selection of industries,” Andy commented. “Comparable rulemaking has been proposed by the U.S. Division of Transportation referring to airline pricing and ancillaries like baggage charges,” he added. Moreover, the FTC is predicted to proceed specializing in advertisers’ use of endorsements and testimonials that buyers more and more depend on in digital commerce.

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Andrew B. Lustigman represents entrepreneurs, advertisers, businesses and suppliers in reference to the authorized points of their promoting and promotional advertising and marketing companies. In accordance with Chambers USA, Andrew was cited by purchasers as “pragmatic and at all times searching for options that meet a selected shopper’s wants.”

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