Ad Law News and Views-May 26, 2016
May 26, 2016
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Recent News |  Analysis Upcoming Events and Speeches 
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Recent News
FCC Approves Release of NPRM to Implement Government Debt TCPA Exemption

FDA Releases Final Rules Revising Nutrition Facts Label and Certain Serving Sizes; Industry Given Two to Three Years to Comply

FDA Releases Draft Guidance on Determining What Constitutes a “Qualified Facility” under FSMA Preventive Controls Rules

Agree to Disagree? CFPB Rule Would Prohibit Mandatory Arbitration Clauses, Require Submission of Arbitral Records​

FDA Finalizes Additional Guidance on Medical Foods; Continues to Take Narrow View of Category

Surprise!? DOJ Delays Web Accessibility Rulemaking (Yet Again)​
Analysis 
A Top 10 Privacy Checklist for Smart Devices 

Partner Alysa Hutnik and associate Crystal Skelton co-authored the IAPP’sPrivacy Advisor article, “A Top 10 Privacy Checklist for Smart Devices.” It streamlines best practices to avoid security pitfalls that can attract FTC attention when marketing or releasing a new smart device.  Read more…

Associated Press Features Partner Christie Thompson in VW Analysis Video

Partner Christie Thompson was featured in the Associated Press video “Analysis: VW Problems 'Far From Over’.” Volkswagen recently struck an agreement with a federal judge over thousands of vehicles rigged to cheat on emissions, but Ms. Thompson notes that the company's legal problems are far from over, as a criminal investigation is still pending. She describes the case, the agreement, and notes that “Volkswagen is conducting its own investigation to try to figure out exactly who knew what…and we’ll have to see how that unfolds. I don’t see the criminal side of that going away any time soon.” To watch the full video, please click here.

Securing the Internet of Things: 7 Smart Practices for Smart Devices 

Partner Alysa Hutnik and associate Crystal Skelton co-authored the Information Security Buzz article, “Securing the Internet of Things: 7 Smart Practices for Smart Devices.”  The article examines recent FTC enforcement matters regarding compliance with data security obligations, and highlights several recommended security practices.  Read more…

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Upcoming Events and Speeches 
 
Kelley Drye LGBT Pride Reception
June 23, 2016 |NEW YORK, NY 
Reception at the Williams Hotel
 
Mechanics of Data Security: Building One’s Own Security Program, Making Sure One Is Prepared, Governance, Strategy for When to Notify, and Reputation Management   
June 24, 2016 | CHICAGO, IL
19th Advanced Global Legal and Compliance Forum on Cyber Security And Data Privacy & Protection
Alysa Zeltzer Hutnik
  
On the Coattails of Public Scrutiny: Analyzing the Latest Class Action Trends Impacting the Dietary Supplement Industry and Developing Strategies to Minimize Exposure
June 27, 2016 |NEW YORK, NY
American Conference Institute’s 4th Annual Legal, Regulatory, and Compliance Forum on Dietary Supplements 
John E. Villafranco
 
Style Meets Sophistication: Legal Implications for Advertising Your Wearable Product 
July 20, 2016 |SAN JOSE, CA
Wearables TechCon 

Kristi L. Wolff
 
Developing and Substantiating Product Claims
October 5, 2016 |LAS VEGAS, NV
2016 SupplySide West Global Conference
Katie Bond
 
Privacy & Security Forum
October 24, 2016 |WASHINGTON, DC
HB Litigation Conferences

Dana B. Rosenfeld