June 13, 2018

RECENT NEWS

Colorado Reaches New High with Strict Data Breach Notification Law

New Watchdog, New Tricks: European Data Protection Board Adopts GDPR Guidelines and Releases Statement on ePrivacy Regulation

Let The People Decide: President Trump Expresses Support for Bill To Protect State Regulation of Marijuana

SADDLE UP AMERICA: California Aims to Pass its Own GDPR Law

GDPR SIDEBAR: Should You Be Complying with the New Data Protection Law?

New NAD Decision Highlights Key Ad Law Principles

Confirmation of Dana Baiocco as CPSC Commissioner Ends Democrat Majority

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ANALYSIS

A Peek Into The World Of NAD Director Laura Brett
Special counsel Jennifer Fried interviewed Laura Brett, director of the National Advertising Division” during the Law360 Q&A session “A Peek Into The World Of NAD Director Laura Brett.” Laura provided insight in to the NAD, what we can expect in the upcoming years, her approach as the NAD director, recent noteworthy cases, the NAD’s deliberative process, and much more.

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Blockchain Could Open Markets

Partners Kristi Wolff and Dave Frulla co-authored the National Fisherman article “Blockchain could open markets.” As blockchain, an append-only transaction ledger, becomes more popular, the food industry is exploring possible uses of the technology to deliver consumer transparency and regulatory compliance. The article discusses both benefits and challenges of blockchain for the food industry, specifically related to the seafood industry.

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KELLEY DRYE LAUNCHES CHEMICAL REGULATORY BLOG

The Environmental Health and Safety lawyers at Kelley Drye are pleased to announce the launch of the Kelley Green Law blog. This blog provides focused insights and analysis of the latest chemical regulatory developments and trends from Joe Green and others in the Kelley Drye “EHS” practice group.

Follow Kelley Green Law for the latest news, analysis, summaries, and discussion of chemical regulation, with a particular emphasis on regulations that effect consumer and industrial products and materials, including, for example, California Proposition 65, the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA), U.S. EPA antimicrobial product regulations, and the European Union REACH, CLP, and RoHS programs.

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UPCOMING EVENTS AND SPEECHES

Disillusioned by Disclaimers and Disclosures: Analyzing the Pain Points of Compliance on Today’s Social Media and Technology
June 26, 2018 | NEW YORK, NY
Digital Advertising Law and Compliance
Kristi Wolff

Dealing with Adverse Events/Product Problems
June 22, 2018 | SILVER SPRING, MD
FDLI/CDRH In-House Training Course
Donnelly McDowell