This section contains many articles and advisories about advertising laws in Illinois. Everything from specific advertising issues such as motor vehicle advertising to particular occupations are covered.
Adoption Child Care Act Revisions
Alcohol and Promotional Happy Hour Advertising
Banking and Credit Services Advisory
Charitable Games of Chance Advisory
Child Care Advisory and Disclaimer
Classified Advertising Scams Advisory
Collegiate and University Advisory
Consumer Protection Regulations
Currency Stamps and the Flag Advertising
Election Advisory - State and Federal
Email Marketing Advisory.pdf
Employment Agency Advisory
Fair Housing Policy and Advisory.pdf
Fair Housing Logo Memorandum
Federal Employment Advertising Advisory
Firearms Advertising Advisory
Free Gas Promo Advisory
Going Out of Business
Internet Advertising Advisory
Major League Baseball Advertising Advisory
Medical Product Advisory
Medical Services Advisory
NASCAR-Daytona 500 Advertising Advisory
National Football League Advertising Advisory
National Football League Playoffs - Advertising Advisory
The National Football League (NFL), under federal law, retains the exclusive right to control the marketing of all NFL trademarks.
These trademarks include the following:
The phrases "Super Bowl," "Super Sunday," National Football League," "NFL," and the NFL shield and all Super Bowl logos. Additionally, the NFL and the individual teams also own federally registered trademarks for the team names (e.g., "Jaguars" or Buccaneers"), nicknames (e.g., "Jags" or "Bucs") and uniform and helmet designs.
The NFL also owns the trademarks for "National Football Conference" and "NFC," as well as "American Football Conference" and "AFC."
Without the express permission of the NFL marketers and advertisers may not use these terms in their promotions.
Questions - contact Josh Sharp.
NCAA Advertising Advisory
Promotional Advertising Advisory
Real Estate Advisory