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The NAD (Nanoparticles for therapy and diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease) Project is based on the use of nanoparticles for Alzheimer's diagnosis and therapy. The research, costing 14.6 million euros over 5 years, is financed by the European Union's 7th Framework Program and includes 19 European research centers Milan, September 1st, 2008 – Today, the NAD (Nanoparticles for therapy and diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease) Project is being launched. This is a multidisciplinary project with the goal of early diagnosis and effective treatment of Alzheimer's disease. The research, financed by the European ...
(IAB). The 11-member Board sets policies and procedures for advertising industry self-regulation. The CBBB provides third-party oversight of the self-regulatory system.
Litigating & Resolving Advertising Disputes, part 4
Comparative ad: Valerie Bertinelli in a lab coat, in a lab surrounded by scientists, and beakers, claiming big news, a major clinical trial run by “serious lab geeks,” finding that Jenny Craig clients lost on average over twice as much than the leading competitor. In fact, there was no head-to-head clinical trial. They took a a trial/interim study examining weight loss results of a group of self-help dieters to Jenny Craig, and compared it to a study examining weight loss results of a group of self-help dieters to WW. But there were different demographics of the self-help dieters. The ad used beakers to compare Jenny ... market research, surveys and trends
NAD Recommends Advertisers Discontinue "Like Free" Claims
One of the most powerful tools in a marketer’s arsenal is the word “free.” And it’s precisely because that word is so powerful, that consumers, regulators, and competitors, closely scrutinize how the word is used in ads and are quick to complain when they think the word is used inappropriately. Recently, Office Depot challenged ads in which OfficeMax and Staples claimed that participation in their rewards programs was “like” getting goods “free.” The National Advertising Division of the Counsel of Better Business Bureaus (the “NAD”) recommended that both companies ... market research, surveys and trends


The National Advertising Division
The National Advertising Division (NAD) of the Better Business Bureau is industry’s main mechanism for policing its own advertising. The self-regulatory program of the NAD was established in 1971 “to help sustain high standards of truth and accuracy in national advertising.” In 1974, the Council of Better Business Bureaus added the Children’s Advertising Review Unit (CARU) to address ads targeted at kids. The NAD reviews all charges of deception Cartier Replica in advertising brought by consumers and manufacturers or submitted by local Better Business Bureaus. The NAD also monitors advertising on its own. industry trends, business articles and survey research
The National Advertising Division of the Council of Better ...
Perhaps you've noticed that many advertisements make bold claims about the products they're hawking. Claims like: New. Improved. More. Best. Can you trust these claims? Do they have any real meaning? How "new" must a product be to term itself so? When can an item be fairly described as "on sale"? It turns out there's an entire organization devoted to pondering these vitally important questions. Back in 1971—at the height of Nader-ite consumer activism—the advertising industry realized it needed to provide some form of assurance that ads were truthful and accurate. Thus was born the National ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
AG Coakley Obtains $15000 Judgment, Sues Multiple Real Estate Companies for ...
Under Massachusetts law, it is illegal to refuse to rent or steer families away from rental properties because they have young children whose presence triggers an owner’s duty to eliminate lead hazards that pose serious health risks.  The judgment and lawsuits are the result of a partnership with the Fair Housing Center of Greater Boston (“Fair Housing Center”) and part of an ongoing statewide investigation into reports of widespread discriminatory Internet advertising on “Compliance with our anti-discrimination laws is an important obligation,” AG Coakley said.  “There is no legitimate reason to mention the lead ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
This case is before the court on a Motion for Summary Judgment filed by Defendant City of Montgomery on May 21, 2010. (Doc. #13.) Plaintiff Gary Cremeens, a former employee of the City of Montgomery Fire Department, alleges in the Complaint that the City violated the Americans with Disabilities Act when it stopped accommodating his heart condition and removed him from his job as Fire Investigator. For the reasons to be discussed, the Motion for Summary Judgment is due to be GRANTED. Under Rule 56(c) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, summary judgment is proper "if the pleadings, depositions, answers to ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


approved in 2009 a filing-fee structure for challenge cases brought before the. National Advertising Division (NAD) of the Council of Better Business ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
NAD/CARU/NARB Procedures
the final case decisions of NAD, CARU and NARB, and summaries of any other .... D. In all cases, NAD/CARU shall advise the advertiser of the identity of the ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
NAD(P)H and Collagen as in Vivo Quantitative Fluorescent ...
of NAD(P)H and collagen contributions. In both tissue cases, we find that low collagen and high NAD(P)H fluorescence characterizes the high-grade ...
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Wrestling is fixed to further promote the events by the event makers themselves. In sports where you have multiple team owners, that would be extremely difficult as every owner wants their team to win. Gambling interest though can present the primary ingredient. Money. When a lot of money is riding on a game, I can see the money pool available to buy off key or specific individuals to drive the game one way or the other. So to answer your question, no I don't think it is rigged in the way Pro Wrestling is rigged. Soccer? Maybe...... posted 1 month ago Division Leader at Primerica Financial Services see all my answers ...
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