ForensisGroup Deceptive Advertising or False Advertising Expert Witnesses are knowledgeable about manufacturers’ use of confusing, misleading, or untrue statements when promoting a product. They are familiar with all aspects of advertising law and consumer protection legislation.
Deceptive advertising is defined by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) as “a representation, omission or practice that is likely to mislead the consumer” and “practices that have been found misleading or deceptive.”
Our experts and consultants have years of experience in the field of marketing with expertise in brand equity, antitrust, and branding.
They opine in class actions involving the truthfulness and accuracy of product advertising, marketing, and misleading labeling. They also serve as experts in cases concerning failure to disclose important information, bait-and-switch scams, and unfair competition. They also testify on high-pressure sales tactics, deceptive form contracts, and the artificial inflation of prices.
Their professional experience includes positions such as marketing professors, corporate directors of marketing, and attorneys who specialize in FTC advertising issues and deceptive marketing practices.
If our selection doesn’t include the deceptive advertising expert witness you’re looking for, contact us, and we’ll assist you in locating the right expert for your case, as well as provide you with an initial case consultation at no cost. And because our experts don’t pay a fee to be listed, we can recruit only the most trusted and credible experts based on a rigorous screening process. Contact us to learn more and retain a highly-qualified deceptive advertising witness for your case.