Video: All-Consuming Legal Insights — advertising
The final instalment of Taylor Wessing’s All-Consuming Legal Insights series focuses on advertising and features Nick Cody, senior executive and specialist in product liability and consumer protection, and associate Kristy Hibberd.
The self-regulatory landscape for advertising is one that is constantly changing — not least to keep up with digital advances. As forms of media converge, this brings new challenges and opportunities for advertisers.
The two areas covered in this video are online behavioural advertising and the use of children as brand ambassadors in peer-to-peer marketing.
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