Ad Law News and Views-October 21, 2015
October 21, 2015
In this issue
Recent News | AnalysisUpcoming Events and Speeches 
The Team | Recent Awards | Follow the Practice
Recent News

 

Don’t Call Me, Maybe – Missouri AG Alleges Charter Communications Violated TCPA, TSR, and State Laws under Third-Party Liability Theory

California Enacts Three Bills Amending Breach Notification Statute

European Parliamentarians React Positively to ECJ Invalidation of U.S. Safe Harbour

Dumbing Down Your Smart TV: California Prohibits the Use of Voice Recognition for Advertising Purposes

Snowden Aftershocks: High Court Invalidates U.S.-EU Safe Harbor

 
Analysis

Another Privacy Victory For Video Service Providers 

Partner Alysa Hutnik co-authored the Law360 article “Another Privacy Victory For Video Service Providers.” The article covers the recent Rodriguez v. Sony Computer Entertainment America LLC ruling and how it relates to trends in Video Privacy Protection Act (VPAA) cases.  Read more…

Upcoming Events and Speeches
Made in the U.S.A. Regulatory and Litigation Developments
October 28, 2015 | NEW YORK, NY
Kelley Drye Seminar
Christie Grymes Thompson, Jennifer E. McCadney
   
Constraints on Commercial Speech and the First Amendment 
October 30, 2015 | WASHINGTON, DC
Food and Drug Law Journal Symposium: Constitutional Challenges to FDA Law & Regulation 
Katie Bond
 
Basics of Advertising Law in the Land of Links, Buttons & Clicks 
November 9, 2015 | CHICAGO, IL
BAA's 37th Marketing Law Conference-Walking the Line: Between Innovation and Regulation 
Gonzalo E. Mon
 
The American Position on OBA and Protecting Privacy — What Canadians Can Learn 
January 19, 2016 | TORONTO, CANADA
The Canadian Institute's 22nd Annual Advertising & Marketing Law Conference 
Dana B. Rosenfeld