Ad Law Access Daily Podcast
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When a company uses an influencer or other person to endorse the company’s products, it’s important that endorsement reflects the endorser’s honest opinions, beliefs, or experiences with the products. Of course, in order for that to happen, the endorser must have actually used the products. This week, the Texas Attorney General filed a lawsuit against Google alleging that the company engaged people to provide endorsements for its Pixel 4 phone, even though they had never used it.
Blog Post - https://www.adlawaccess.com/2022/01/articles/texas-ag-sues-google-over-misleading-endorsements/
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