These courts have precluded private citizens from bringing actions that allege that the challenged advertising language lacked proper scientific substantiation
The court stated that if the cost of these studies proves to be prohibitive, then a company can choose to make claims that require a lower level of substantiation
In addition to issues surrounding substantiation
as they relate to the labeling claims made by Vitamin Shoppe, should the lawsuit be allowed to continue, class certification would also present a unique challenge.
170(f)(8) provides for more stringent substantiation
requirements than those of Sec.
However, the Small Business Jobs Act of 2010 removed cell phones from the list for taxable years beginning after December 31, 2009; thus, eliminating the heightened substantiation
Obviously care must be taken in answering a substantiation
notice as providing false or misleading information is a contravention of the TPA which entitles the ACCC to issue an infringement notices or take court action, exposing corporations to pecuniary penalties of up to $16,500 and individuals to $3,300.
In Notice 2009-46 issued June 5, the Service requested comments on three new proposed methods that would simplify the substantiation
requirements for employee use of employer-provided cell phones.
Expanded Sunscreen Testing programs for multi claims substantiation
Unfortunately, the claims made in advertisements are not always backed by adequate substantiation
(Wiseman & Rabino, 2002).
There will be consistent and standard definitions of nutrition claims and there will have to be scientific substantiation
and approval of health claims such as disease reduction--authorised by the European Food Safety Authority.
Among other provisions, the SSAE provides guidance on evaluating management's basis or substantiation
for making an assertion about an entity's internal control over financial reporting and the severity of control deficiencies.
of the cost basis of each asset and a reconciliation of the total costs.