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Defending Your Business From Claims Of False Advertising

When your business is contending with a false advertising class action lawsuit, it can feel like walking through a minefield. Businesses can confront a false advertising claim in a number of circumstances ranging from incorrect information inadvertently being included on some advertising materials to a consumer contending that a marketing claim means something different than your business intended. False advertising claims might also sometimes be made about marketing claims that were based industry standards, state regulations, or federal regulations. Such claims can be particularly challenging for businesses because of the interaction between defending against the claims in the lawsuit and complying with the industry standards, state regulations, or federal regulations.

When claims of false advertising come knocking at your door, speak with an experienced lawyer as soon as possible, even if you believe you have been truthful and accurate. Ashby Law Firm P.C. can help you navigate through the minefield of subjectivity and defend your business from claims of false advertising.

What Constitutes False Advertising?

In addition to traditional claims for fraud, California has several statutes that plaintiffs bringing a false advertising lawsuit might assert, including the Unfair Competition Law, False Advertising Law, and Consumer Legal Remedies Act. False advertising claims may be based on advertising on radio, television, websites, social media, newspapers, magazines, brochures, mailers, and other mediums.

Contact Ashby Law Firm P.C. For A Consultation

Defending against a false advertising claim can be difficult to prove without the help of an experienced trial lawyer. Joseph R. Ashby is a highly skilled class action attorney who assists small to medium-sized business owners approach class action lawsuits involving false advertising claims. Call his office in Los Angeles at 213-817-7785 or send him an email to initiate a free initial consultation.