Full Title Name:  False Advertising, Animals, and Ethical Consumption

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Carter Dillard Place of Publication:  Animal Law Review at Lewis & Clark Law School Publish Year:  2004 Primary Citation:  10 Animal L. 25 (2004)

In light of the fact that today's consumers often want their products to be created in the most environmentally-, globally-, and animal-friendly ways possible, unethical sellers sometimes succumb to the incentive to persuade consumers that goods were created more ethically than they actually were. This article investigates the ways that consumers can protect themselves from false advertising through the use of federal and state agencies, independent review, federal and state courts, and private attorneys general actions.

Documents:  vol10_p25.pdf
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