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Vol 22 No 7 July/August 2017

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International Advertising Law 3rd ed

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ISBN13: 9789041159519
Previous Edition ISBN: 9041106464
To be Published: September 2017
Publisher: Kluwer Law International
Country of Publication: The Netherlands
Format: Hardback
Price: £151.00



International Advertising Law gives an overview about the legal situations of advertising law in many countries across the globe. Recent political and technological developments and globalization have integrated national markets, making borders less and less relevant to marketers who are becoming as interested in selling to customers outside their own countries as within. Most cross-border advertising occurs uncontroversially. However, as international advertising activity falls under so many diverse areas of law (soft IP area, including trademark and copyright law), some familiarity with the dense web of legislation, regulation, and case law is essential for all advertisers. This well-known book, now in a fully updated third edition, meets the practical needs of corporate counsel engaged in multinational marketing and provides all the necessary information in an easy-to-use country-by-country format.

What’s in this book:

Twenty-six country reports, each by a local expert, discuss detailed information on the particular legal environment in each country vis-à-vis advertising, including specific effects of all relevant treaties and trade agreements. Among the issues and topics taken into account are the following:

  • effect of import restrictions on advertising;
  • use of price comparisons in advertising;
  • ‘cold calling’;
  • consumers’ right to dispute resolution;
  • ‘blacklisted’ practices;
  • use of a language other than that of the target country;
  • special rules for agricultural products;
  • principles of non-discrimination and equal treatment of nationals;
  • precautionary principle versus risk principle;
  • protection of trademarks;
  • false or deceptive indication of source;
  • product ‘placement’ in non-advertising communications;
  • respectful interaction with religious, cultural, and social values; and
  • when a statement may be deemed ‘misleading’.
How this will help you:

This book describes basically the legal situation in an understandable and reasonable way in order to help gain insight into relevant information for international advertising and marketing campaigns. Because the freedom to market a product simultaneously in several countries is a significant economic benefit, the invaluable information and guidance in this book on what is legally possible in a broad range of countries is of humongous help to firms in all fields that engage in the sale and marketing of products or services. Corporate counsel and marketing directors will definitely find this new edition of a proven handbook resourceful.

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Subjects:
Media and Entertainment Law
Contents:
Editor and Contributors
About the Editors
Biographies and Addresses of Contributors
Contributors of International Chapters
Summary of Contents
Forward by the Editor
Austria
Mag. Clemens Harsch, Dieter Duursma & Mag. Judith Lechne
Canada
Susan Vogt & Melissa Tehrani
People’s Republic of China
Raymond Kok
Czech Republic
Milan Fric
Denmark
Caroline Heide-Jørgensen
Estonia
Natalja Moll
Finland
Hannes Snellman, Harri Salmi & Avenida de Aguil-era
Germany
Peter Schotthofer & Florian Steiner
Greece
Stefanos Tsimikalis
India
Gagan Anand Esq. & Ruchi Anand
Ireland
Alistair Payne
Italy
Michele Germeno & Vittorio Verde
Latvia
Linda Birina & Ivo Maskalans
Lithuania
Natalja Moll & Stasys Drazdauskas
Nigeria
Ufuoma B. Akpotaire
Poland
Guido Reker, Agnieszka Zebrowska & Lukasz Swiatek
Russia
Alina Spiridonova & Ekaterina Ivankova
Slovak Republic
Igor Augustinic
Spain
Karl H. Lincke
Sweden
Karin Cederlund & Wendela Hårdemark
Switzerland
Herbert Pfortmüller
Turkey
Ergun Özsunay & Murat R. Özsunay
United Arab Emirates
Cornelius Dum
United Kingdom
Dan Smith
United States
Lynda Zadra-Symes, Charlene Azema, Jonathan A. Menkes, Loni Morrow & Samantha Yarnell