Ad Law News and Views-September 23, 2015
September 23, 2015
In this issue
Recent News | Honors and AwardsUpcoming Events and Speeches 
The Team | Recent Awards | Follow the Practice
Recent News

 

Fembots and False Advertising  
 

Comcast to Pay $33.4 Million for the Unauthorized Disclosure of Customer Contact Information

Will the FTC Have Access to Your Electronic Communications?

“Green” Certifications and Seals Do Not Have FTC Approval

Three AGs Announce $1 Million Settlement with Internet Marketer

Tenth Circuit Rules that False Advertising Plaintiffs Must Allege Evidence of Implied Falsity and Quantify Damages at Pleading Stage

WLF Working Paper Assesses Ninth Circuit Preemption Decision

FTC Staff Comment Encourages FDA to Reevaluate its Current Approach to Regulating Homeopathic Products

 
Honors and Awards

Kelley Drye Attorneys Named 2015 New York Metro Super Lawyers

New York Metro Super Lawyers 2015, a peer-ranked guide to lawyers who exemplify excellence in the practice of law, has recognized 28 Kelley Drye lawyers as top practitioners. Included in this prestigious list is the Advertising and Marketing Practice Group’s August T. Horvath Read more…

Upcoming Events and Speeches
 
Product Safety/Compliance 
October 1, 2015 | HICKORY, NC
American Home Furnishings Alliance 2015 Regulatory Summit
Christie Grymes Thompson

 
 
The Next Frontiers: Social Media and other Cutting Edge Issues in Advertising and Marketing  
October 2, 2015 | OTTAWA, ON
Canadian Bar Association – National Competition Law Section presents CBA Competition Law Fall Conference

Christie Grymes Thompson
 
Demystifying the FTC’s .com Disclosures and Endorsement Guidelines in a Hashtag, on the Small Screen, or in 140 Characters or Less
October 20, 2015 | NEW YORK, NY
American Conference Institute’s 4th Annual Summit on Digital Advertising Compliance: Social Media, Sweepstakes
Gonzalo E. Mon
 
 
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