TINA.org found prolific record producer promoted alcohol brands without proper disclosures or precautions.
Real et al. v. Yuga Labs, Inc. et al.
22-cv-8909, C.D. Cal.
Various collections of NFTs from Yuga Labs, including Bored Ape Yacht Club and ApeCoins
Failing to disclose that celebrities – including Justin Bieber, Paris Hilton, Jimmy Fallon, Gwyneth Paltrow, Serena Williams, Snoop Dogg, Kevin Hart, DJ Khaled, Madonna and others – were paid for their endorsements
Failing to disclose that segments of “The Tonight Show” were actually paid ads
Violating federal securities laws by selling unregistered securities
Allegations: Falsely marketing NHL jerseys as “authentic” when they are not the same as jerseys worn by players
Allegations: Misleadingly marketing hockey jerseys as authentic when they are not the same as jerseys worn by NHL players on the ice
Allegations: Falsely advertising discounts from artificially inflated reference prices
September 2016: A federal judge denied the named plaintiff’s motion for class certification finding that plaintiffs failed to show that generalized proof can be used to resolve each class member’s…
A-listers face lawsuits over promotions of risky and unregulated investments.
Exercise caution when considering celebrity-promoted NFTs.
DJ Khaled is back to his old ways with his latest new drink alert.
The illusion of savings.
It’s disingenuous for brands to suggest they are boycotting a platform and then still run ads on that platform.