This week saw the launch of two new monthly updates from partner Kristi Wolff, available in real time by subscribing to the Ad Law Access blog:
A monthly roundup of regulatory and litigation highlights impacting the dietary supplement and personal care products industries.
Our monthly digest of litigation and regulatory highlights impacting the food and beverage industry. As it has been for many months, the story was mostly about what’s going on in the food court.
Kelley Drye has a growing number of podcasts covering a wide range of legal topic areas. If you have an idea for an episode, please contact email@example.com.
A companion to our blog of the same name, the Ad Law Access podcast provides updates on advertising, privacy, and consumer protection trends, issues, and developments from Kelley Drye’s Advertising and Marketing practice.
Latest Episode – What to Expect in Consumer Financial Protection and FinTech in 2021
With the publication of the recent CFPB Taskforce on Federal Consumer Financial Law Report and President Biden tapping Rohit Chopra, current FTC commissioner and vocal proponent of aggressive enforcement, to Lead the agency, consumer financial protection is once again top of mind for many. On this episode of the Ad Law Access Podcast, partner Alysa Hutnik and special counsel Donnelly McDowell discuss consumer financial protection, fintech, financial services, and the consumer protection issues that the CFPB and FTC have broad discretion over.
Listen on Amazon, Apple, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Soundcloud, via your smart speaker, or wherever you get your podcasts.
LEGAL DOWNLOAD PODCAST
Featuring Kelley Drye lawyers, firm management, professional staff as well as guest speakers, the Legal Download provides listeners with a rundown of the latest legal issues impacting businesses.
Latest Episode – The Biden Tax Plan
The Democrats’ “sweep” of the White House and both chambers of Congress means that it is all but inevitable that tax legislation will be introduced in 2021, but the razor-thin nature of the Democrats’ majority in Congress could mean that only a few of President Biden’s proposals will ultimately be enacted this year. In a companion podcast to their client advisory, the latest episode of Kelley Drye’s Legal Download features tax partners Jack Miles and Andrew Lee discussing some of President Biden’s corporate and individual tax proposals.
Listeners can tune into the first Legal Download podcast here and get future episodes on their preferred platform – Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts or Spotify.
FULL SPECTRUM PODCAST
Produced by the Kelley Drye Communications practice group, Full Spectrum brings together thought leaders in business, government, and enterprise to offer an in-depth exploration of current legal, regulatory, and business issues.
Latest Episode – Inside the TCPA, Episode 8: Supreme Court Preview
On December 8, 2020, the Supreme Court will hear argument in the case of Facebook v. Duguid, which is expected to resolve a widening Circuit split regarding the definition of an automatic telephone dialing system (ATDS). In this latest episode of the Inside the TCPA series, Partner Paul A. Rosenthal sets the stage for the case and discuss the FCC actions leading up to the current status of the ATDS definition. In the second part of this podcast, originally recorded for Kelley Drye’s Ad Law Access podcast, Paul does a deeper dive into Facebook v. Duguid and its implications.
You can find Full Spectrum at their website, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts or Spotify.
WHAT PEOPLE ARE READING
A collection of the top older reads this past week:
Penn State Football’s Super Bowl Claims Flagged on Social Media
Biden EPA Continues Aggressive Enforcement Against Disinfectant Products and UV Devices Claiming to Kill Coronavirus
Peloton Faces Uphill Ride on “Ever-Growing” Claims
Second Circuit Limits Copyright Damages To Those Incurred Within Three Years Prior to Suit
California OEHHA Explains Decision to Rescind Proposed “Clarifications” to Prop 65 Rules for Internet Sales; Finalizes Changes to Alcohol Sale Warnings
You Can Hide Your COVID-Brows, But Don’t Hide COVID Fees
Does the NAD’s Capillus Decision Baldly Contradict the FDA?
State Privacy Bills Gain Momentum
Biden Taps Rohit Chopra, Current FTC Commissioner and Vocal Proponent of Aggressive Enforcement, to Lead CFPB
New Court Decision Address Manipulation of Reviews
The CCPA Non-Discrimination Right, Explained
CCPA Litigation Round-Up: Q3 & Q4 2020
What If . . . Section 19 of the FTC Act Becomes the FTC’s Best Path to Monetary Relief: Revisiting Figgie International
What Happens to the FTC Under a Biden-Harris Administration
CCPA Update: California AG Proposes Fourth Set of Changes to CCPA Regulations
Read This Before Scanning A Driver’s License In New Jersey
Consumer Litigation Under the CCPA: A Year in Review
House Democrats Primed to Introduce 13(b) Legislative Fix
Virginia Privacy Bill Advances
ICYMI: The FTC Has Civil Penalty Authority Relative To COVID-Related Advertising
NAD Addresses Disclosures on Influencer TikTok Videos
New Decision Warns Against Reposting Photos on Social Media
Videoconferencing and Potential Security, Confidentiality and Discovery Issues
Find these and other stories on the Ad Law Access blog and podcast. Also see the Advertising and Privacy Law Resource Center, available via KelleyDrye.com, our online repository of our thought leadership and resources on subjects that affect our clients day-to-day.
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