Advertisers’ & Marketers’ Regulatory Summit

Kelley Drye Seminar

May 1 – 2, 2007 from 8:00 am to 4:15 pm (EDT)

Companies that advertise goods and services — especially those who target children — are subject to millions of dollars in fines and penalties for violating federal and state regulations. Regulatory bodies such as the FTC, FCC, and state governments are turning a sharp eye toward potential violations with the onslaught of social networking sites, high-tech branding efforts, and interactive ads.

At the Advertisers’ & Marketers’ Regulatory Summit, Kelley Drye’s John Villafranco will join an expert faculty to share first-hand knowledge on:

  • Current initiatives in direct marketing enforcement;
  • Regulations the company must adhere to when marketing to wireless devices;
  • Avoiding liability under state consumer protection laws;
  • Following examples from self-regulated industries;
  • Responding to the FTC’s social networking site initiatives.

John will co-present Avoiding Government Scrutiny When Marketing to Wireless Devices” at 3:00 PM.