ASRC Press Releases

NAD Finds P&G Can Support ‘Toughest Messes’ Claim for Cascade Platinum, but Recommends Company Discontinue Side-by-Side Demonstration

The NAD has determined that The Procter & Gamble Company can support the claim that Cascade Platinum dishwasher liquid “powers through your toughest messes.” NAD recommended, however, that P&G discontinue a side-by-side product demonstration.

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CARU Recommends TOMY Modify Broadcast Advertising for ‘Battle Ready Pikachu,’ ‘Trainer Gloves;’ Company Agrees to Do So

CARU has recommended that TOMY International modify broadcast advertising for Pokémon products to better disclose that its “Trainer Gloves” are not included with the purchase of the “Battle Ready Pikachu” toy.

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ERSP Recommends Armando Montelongo Seminars Modify Certain Claims for Real Estate Education Program; Company Agrees to Do So

ERSP has recommended that Armando Montelongo Seminars modify or discontinue certain claims for the Armando Montelongo Real Estate Education program.

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NAD Recommends DraftKings Discontinue ‘Largest U.S.-Based’ Claims Following FanDuel Challenge

NAD recommended that DraftKings, Inc., discontinue claims that the company’s website, DraftKings.com, is the “largest U.S.-based” fantasy sports or online gaming destination. The claims at issue were challenged by FanDuel.com, owner of a competing fantasy sports website.

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NAD Recommends Prestige Discontinue Certain Claims for ‘Little Remedies’ Products, Finds Product Name is Not Misleading

NAD has recommended that Prestige Brands Holdings, Inc., discontinue certain advertising claims for two of the company’s “Little Remedies” products formulated with honey. However, NAD determined that the advertiser could support a challenged claim made for Little Remedies Honey Cough Syrup and found that the products’ name – Little Remedies – was not misleading.

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Natural Factors Discontinues Certain Claims for ‘Theracurmin’ in Response to NAD Inquiry; NAD Recommends Additional Modifications

The NAD has recommended that Natural Factors, Inc., modify or discontinue certain claims for the company’s Theracurmin line of curcumin dietary supplements. Following its review of the company’s advertising, NAD determined that the company could support certain claims.

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