“Advertising and marketing cannot be used as a tool to confuse and endanger New York consumers.” – New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, April 2015
When you think about police work in the city of New York, you’re likely to think about officers patrolling the streets – not the billboards above it. The fact is, however, that just as the city works to prevent violent crime, it also devotes law enforcement resources to ensuring that advertising and marketing in the city is not deceptive or otherwise in violation of the law.
The quote above, direct from the New York Attorney General, is proof of just how high that commitment reaches. It comes from an announcement this spring of lawsuits the … Continue Reading