January 9, 2019

RECENT NEWS

How the Government Shutdown Is Affecting Federal Agencies

Debunking Myths About the 2018 Farm Bill and CBD

California Privacy Update: Attorney General Seeks Comments and Announces Public Forum on CCPA

Third Party Complaints to the FTC: Do They Lead to Enforcement Action?

An Ingredient for Failure In “Reasonable Consumer” False Advertising Cases

FTC Asked to Investigate Use of Influencers to Market Vodka

SEC KOs Mayweather and DJ Khaled for Promoting Cryptocurrency Without Disclosures

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UPCOMING EVENTS AND SPEECHES

IN FASHION: Kelley Drye’s 5th Annual Fashion and Retail Law Summit
January 17, 2019 | NEW YORK, NY
Kelley Drye & Warren LLP

January 31, 2019 | NEW YORK, NY
ACI's 2nd Annual Forum on Advertising Claims Substantiation
Gonzalo Mon 

Major Challenges on the Privacy and Data Protection Front 
February 5, 2019 | NASHVILLE, TN
Consumer Protection Conference
Dana Rosenfeld

Living in the Modern World: What to Expect Following the FTC’s Hearings on Competition and Consumer Protection in the 21st Century
February 5, 2019 | NASHVILLE, TN
Consumer Protection Conference
Alysa Hutnik 

Trust the Process? The Challenger's Perspective to Policing Competitors' Advertising Claims
March 19, 2019 | WASHINGTON, D.C.
2019 ANA Advertising Law & Public Policy Conference
John Villafranco

 

SELECTED 2018 TOP READS

In case you missed them, here is a selection of our most read Ad Law Access blog posts from 2018:

GDPR Sidebar: Comparing the California Consumer Privacy Act to the GDPR

Company Sues Influencer for Failing to Influence       

Not So Full Of Hot Air: California Amends Slack Fill Law 

Data Breach Notification Law Roundup 

CA Court Considers When Disclosures Can Modify Claims

California Enacts Sweeping Privacy Law; Will Other States Follow?

California Passes Bill Requiring Reasonable Security Features for Connected Devices

Battling Bots on Social Media

Colorado Reaches New High with Strict Data Breach Notification Law

When Monsters Exaggerate

FTC Releases Business Guidance on Multi-Level Marketing, Memorializing Principles from Prior Settlements on Hot Button Issues