March 6, 2019

RECENT NEWS

Taking Stock of the TCPA in 2019: What is an “Autodialer”?

New Bill Could Increase CCPA Headaches

National Milk Producers Federation Petition Urges FDA to Take Swift Action to Stem the Tide of Misbranded Non-Dairy Plant-Based Substitutes for Milk and Other Dairy Foods

FTC Announces Settlement Involving Fake Amazon Reviews

New EU Food Law Raises Bar to Protect Confidential Business Information

FTC Can’t Challenge Prior Acts in Federal Court Says Third Circuit

FDA Tightening Oversight of Dietary Supplement Industry

Doing Business in India? Keep an Eye on This….

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UPCOMING EVENTS AND SPEECHES

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

California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) Overview and Preparation Webinar
March 20, 2019 | WEBINAR
CompliancePoint

Traditional Meat and Dairy Foods and Innovative Substitutes: Key Regulatory and Enforcement Issues
March 21, 2019 | WASHINGTON, D.C.
FDLI’s Food Enforcement and Compliance Conference
Sarah Roller

FTC Hearings: Consumer Protection Topics In-Depth
March 27, 2019 | WASHINGTON, D.C.
Antitrust Spring Meeting
Alysa Hutnik

Consumer Protection Year in Review 
March 27, 2019 | WASHINGTON, D.C.
Antitrust Spring Meeting
Christie Thompson

Reshaping Privacy Regulations - Compliance and Consequences
March 27, 2019 | WASHINGTON, D.C.
Antitrust Spring Meeting
William MacLeod

Practical Guidance on the Present State of Food Labeling
April 9, 2019 | CHICAGO, IL
ACI Advanced Summit on Food Law
Sarah Roller
 

SPOTLIGHT ON KELLEY DRYE'S INTERNATIONAL TRADE PRACTICE

It’s no surprise that Kelley Drye’s International Trade practice has been ranked in Chambers USA and recognized by Law360 as a Practice Group of the Year for six consecutive years – we’re passionate about our clients and our work. We go to bat for industries injured by unfair trade practices, initiating antidumping (AD), countervailing duty (CVD) and other trade remedy actions that bring relief not only to companies and industries, but to workers and communities. We guide clients through complex trade rules and restrictions, helping them successfully import and export their products and services. We help clients overcome barriers to entry in foreign markets, and resolve cross-border disputes to ensure that our trading partners fully meet their obligations under international trade agreements.

We’re effective in crises—responding quickly when clients face embargoed goods and penalty proceedings―but we also work with our clients to set up critical compliance programs that minimize regulatory risk, avoid supply chain interruption, and reduce customs liability.

And we combine legal firepower with the analytical insights of our in-house economic professionals―Georgetown Economic Services (GES). Our international trade attorneys work closely with the firm’s government relations professionals where policy is debated and made―in Congress and at the Executive Branch―ensuring that clients access timely political information and resources as they push for advantageous public policy change.

For more information visit the International Trade practice page on www.kelleydrye.com or follow our blog The Trade and Manufacturing Monitor.
 

IN CASE YOU MISSED IT

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FTC Opts Out of Updating Anti-Spam Rule

NAD Examines When Companies may be Liable for Consumer Reviews

White House Touts Artificial Intelligence (as FTC’s Chopra Flags AI Concerns)

Avoid a Misstep with Qualified “Made in USA” Claims: Class Action Against New Balance Leads to Proposed $750,000 Settlement

FDA Tightening Oversight of Dietary Supplement Industry

AdTech Groups Seek California AG Clarification on CCPA Scope

Top 5 Tips for Avoiding “Made in USA” Enforcement in 2019