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Guidance on misleading "faux fur" claims in clothes and accessories

Published on 09 July 2019. By Oliver Bray, Partner and Stuart Harris, Associate

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The Committee of Advertising Practice (CAP) has issued an Enforcement Notice advising that retailers should be careful as to how they may unwittingly advertise products as "faux fur" when they may actually contain real animal fur.

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Smoke and mirrors? Big Tobacco slip(stream)s back into Formula One sponsorship deals

Published on 18 February 2019. By Stuart Harris, Associate

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RPC reports on Philip Morris and British American Tobacco securing major partnerships with Ferrari and McLaren, prompting investigations into their compliance with domestic and international advertising laws.

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CMA clamps down on unfair gambling promotions

Published on 01 February 2018. By Jeremy Drew, Partner and Stuart Harris, Associate

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The CMA has spoken: online gambling operators must act now to avoid falling foul of misleading terms and practices. See below for our list of dos and don’ts.

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A shot in the arm for football sponsorship – clubs take advantage of new shirt sleeve regulations

Published on 24 July 2017. By Stuart Harris, Associate

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As forecasted in our blog post back in April, it wasn't long before other Premier League teams followed Manchester City's lead in announcing major tie-ups for shirt sleeve sponsorship.

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Hacked – IAAF victim of cyber-attack compromising athlete data

Published on 10 April 2017. By Nicola Cain, Partner and Stuart Harris, Associate

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The International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) has been subject to a data breach – allegedly by Russian hacking group Fancy Bears - potentially compromising the sensitive data of a number of athletes.

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