It may mislead
the listener by omitting relevant information.
Petticrew added that despite their undoubtedly good intentions, it is unethical for them to lend their expertise and legitimacy to industry campaigns which mislead
the public about alcohol-related harms.
The watchdog said that as a general principle of fair business practice, names used by a commercial enterprise should never seek to mislead
consumers looking for free, impartial, charitable or public sector assistance.
Research reveals that dairy labels, advertisements and marketing claims being made by certain New England and nationally known dairy brands mislead
consumers about the safety, nutrition and quality of milk.
Thus, this chapter can mislead
the reader to conclude that further regulation would serve merely to destroy industry without any positive impact upon public health.
Other concerns about the USDA dictat: the rules may mislead
some consumers and may violate First Amendment rights.
So how does the nation's sixth-largest banking corporation get away with it, especially when the Federal Trade Commission prohibits unfair and deceptive advertising practices and specifies that "deception occurs when there is a representation or omission that is likely to mislead
consumers acting reasonably under the circumstances"?
If you believe that you have been mislead
by pricing you should: 1 Gather evidence - including adverts and comparisons with other retailers.
Washington, Sept 17 ( ANI ): Researchers have warned consumers that they should be wary of advertisements for pharmaceuticals on the nightly TV news, as six out of 10 claims could potentially mislead
ADVERTS by furniture retail firm Harveys which said "10% off throughout the store" were likely to mislead
consumers into thinking everything was discounted, the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) says today.
David Nolan April 2007 Suspended nine months - guilty of communicating information for material reward, gift, favour or benefit in kind and endeavouring by overt act to mislead
A spokeswoman said: "We are pleased with the judgement and hope that this will serve as a warning to other companies who are in a position to mislead
The advert said Go flew to major city airports and went on: "Unlike Ryanair we don't believe in any nasty surprises, so we won't mislead
you about where we fly to."
Despite criticisms that statistical comparisons of anatomical features, known as cladistic analyses, have a propensity to mislead
, Bernard Wood of George Washington University in Washington, D.C., still sees value in them.
District Court for the District of New Mexico ruled that an expert witness for the plaintiff in a case against an accounting firm could not render an opinion on the legality of a transaction and could not render testimony that would confuse and mislead