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A company is about to run a controversial add campaign.The best advice their lawyer can give them is to: A. Have an adequate amount of scientific research ready that is relevant and supports their product claim. B. Move forward, and the lawyer will help by suing the government if they get in trouble for the ad. C. Quickly gather some employees that can create a study to prove the claim is real. D. Run a different ad that attempts to discredit their competition.

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A you want to have research ready incase something goes wrong or someone has alot of questions
The best advice *the lawyer* can give them is B. Because if they sue the government using lawyers, the lawyer will be paid. But the 'best' as in 'most ethical' advice overall is A as Brad says.

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