This Note argues that the Kasky court was correct to recognize that today's commercial speech encompasses communications beyond traditional advertisements about products or services. Corporations are aware that a sizeable number of consumers rely on their statements about their business operations when making investment and purchasing decisions. In order to ensure the accuracy of these statements, and thereby protect the integrity of the market, this speech is properly considered commercial speech.
Jason A. Cade,
If the Shoe Fits: Kasky V. Nike and Whether Corporate Statements about Business Operations Should be Deemed Commercial Speech
, 70 Brook. L. Rev. 247
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