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NAD Reliance On Standard Tests In Comparative Ad Validation May Be Shifting

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

The National Advertising Division appears to be softening its stance on the merits of independent tests versus industry standard methods for validating comparative ad claims, according to Chicago-based attorney Steve Durchslag (Winston & Strawn)

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