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additional proof that something that was believed (some fact or hypothesis or theory) is correct

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False-advertising claims based on a lack of substantiation, rather than provable falsehood, are not recognizable under the California consumer-protection laws," Rosenberg said, noting that the court found "the stem cell treatments are at least 'reasonably related' to maintaining or improving the health of a prospective customer and do not constitute 'pure research'.
The district court granted SanMedicas motion to dismiss, reasoning that it was based entirely on allegations that SanMedicas representations lacked substantiation, for which there is no private cause of action.
POM's advertising failed to point out numerous shortcomings in its claim substantiation and therefore made itself an easy target for the FTC.
Without the ability to bring suit against supplement makers by simply making the claim that that they don't have substantiation for their labeling, the burden goes to the plaintiffs in demonstrating that lack of substantiation.
The substantiation requirements for monetary donations of less than $250 remain fairly informal under Sec.
Listed property is subject to special heightened substantiation rules.
Some examples of the types of claims that could possibly be the subject of a substantiation notice are:
The same substantiation requirements apply to excluding from the employee's income the value of the phone as a working condition fringe benefit.
Deutsche Bank (Frankfurt) has implemented the Integrity account substantiation service from Business Control Solutions (London) for its business in the UK, Europe, Asia and the Americas.
It is given as a statement of fact and that means it must be capable of substantiation if it is not to break the rules.
According to the company, BCS Integrity improves financial control and reduces operational costs by managing and standardising account reconciliation and substantiation processes.
Our laboratories routinely provide broad based programs in safety and claims substantiation, including clinical, microbiological, analytical and in-vivo and in-vitro pre-clinical toxicology.
In this paper we explore the effects of advertising substantiation information on consumers' attribute beliefs and judgments of product quality.
Despite the importance of the substantiation decision, there are few data on how caseworker judgments influence the substantiation process.
It said influence might have been used to avoid an autopsy that would have exposed the circumstances of the death, which until now had been the subject of rumors without substantiation.