CLE Catalog
CLE Catalog
Kelley Drye’s CLE Catalog provides a menu of continuing legal education content that can be tailored for presentation to your legal department and business professionals.

Use the filters below to browse topics by practice or industry, and please contact us if you would like to discuss a customized CLE presentation for your team.  Seminars can be presented on-site at your office, when safe to do so, or via webinar.

Kelley Drye is an accredited provider of NY, CA, IL and TX CLE and, when possible these programs will offer continuing legal education credits in those states. We will apply for CLE credit in other jurisdictions, upon request, but cannot guarantee approval. 

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Public Sector and Government Entities, PFAS and Emerging Contaminants
PFAS belong to a class of man-made chemicals known as perfluorinated compounds. There are thousands of PFAS chemicals in use and in the environment today. These chemicals include perfluorooctane sulfonate (PFOS), perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA), perfluorodecanoic acid (PFDA), perfluorononanoic acid (PFNA), perfluorobutanesulfonic acid (PFBS), perfluorohexanoic acid (PFHxA), perfluorohexanesulfonate (PFHxS), and HFPO dimer acid (GenX). PFAS were originally developed in the 1940s, and put in...
Consumer Class Action Defense, Food and Drug Litigation, Food and Drug Regulation
This presentation is an overview of the latest food labeling and consumer class action trends. The content is designed to help food companies stay on top of the regulatory priorities relative to claims and nutrition labeling and ahead of plaintiffs’ attorneys looking for their next false advertising case.
Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) Defense, Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) Compliance and Counseling, Litigation, Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA)
As companies draw on mobile delivery platforms, cloud-based technologies, and third-party vendors to become more sophisticated in their use of telemarketing, autodialer, and text message campaigns, the business risks and potential for class action lawsuits have greatly increased. This session includes an overview of Call Compliance Developments, involving dialing for a number of purposes, such as to cell phones, for telemarketing purposes, and debt collection; TCPA litigation trends; and FTC ...
Dietary Supplements and Functional Foods, Consumer Class Action Defense, Food and Drug Litigation, Food and Drug Regulation
Claims about food help differentiate products, foster innovation, and convey important information to consumers. But what types of food claims are regulated, and by whom? How can you communicate the potential health benefits of your ingredients without running afoul of FDA and FTC rules and without exposing the company to risk of class action litigation? What ambiguities exist in the regulation of food claims? This session provides an overview of key FDA labeling requirements (including nutri...
Advertising Litigation, Advertising Counseling and Compliance, Consumer Class Action Defense
Consumer class action suits continue to be a growing source of concern to marketers and income for plaintiffs’ law firms. This session will provide an update on recent consumer class ac­tion cases across a range of industries and provide guidance and strategies on how to knock out a consumer class action. It will also include a discussion of developing cases, the post Spokeo standing on class actions, and hot button issues such as the economic models in support of class certificatio...
Advertising Litigation, Advertising Counseling and Compliance, Litigation
This session provides first-hand insight into the various litigations and what they mean for other advertisers and for the development of false advertising law. It also provides a tutorial in litigating and trying a complex false-advertising case, including the tactics of motion practice, trial tactics, and the selection and presentation of consumer survey and other expert witnesses.
Advertising Litigation, Advertising Counseling and Compliance, Litigation
What can you do when your competitor launches a false or misleading advertising campaign? It may unfairly disparage your product, or it may simply tout the competitor’s own product in a way that isn’t truthful. Either way, there are several routes for a competitor to challenge such a campaign, try to make it stop, and in some instances seek compensation for the harm done to your own business. This session discusses the options available in the United States, both in the legal and ...
Fashion and Retail, Advertising Counseling and Compliance, Antitrust Counseling and Compliance, Antitrust Litigation and Investigations
Long-dormant antitrust theories that pertain to retail have come back to life, and the appellate courts have become increasingly sympathetic to the interests of smaller retailers and suppliers. This session examines major areas of activity in antitrust law relative to retail.  Topics include a review of resale price maintenance or so-called “vertical price fixing,” in which a supplier agrees with a reseller on the price the reseller will charge to its own customers; the issue...

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