Insights From the FTC’s Mobile Payments Workshop
May 4, 2012
Law360 published the article, "Insights From the FTC's Mobile Payments Workshop," written by Kelley Drye partners Dana Rosenfeld and Alysa Hutnik in the Expert Analysis section of Privacy & Consumer Protection Law360, Technology Law360, and Banking Law360.

The article summarizes the FTC's April 26, 2012, public workshop that examined the use of mobile payments in the marketplace and discusses three major consumer issues: (1) the lack of clear consumer redress and dispute resolution processes, (2) data security, and (3) consumer privacy. The article, first published as a Kelley Drye client advisory, goes further to outline practices based on FTC recommendations that can help keep companies from being the target of enforcement or litigation.