Kelley Drye Unveils First-of-its-kind Advertising Law App
Kelley Drye today announced the launch of its new App – Ad Law Access – a first-of-its kind, one-stop portal that provides updates and analysis on advertising, marketing, and privacy/data security law. The App is now available as a free download in the Apple App Store and Google Play, and can be used on iPhone, iPad, and Android devices.
“As we all have become busier, we have sought out content whenever and wherever we need it,” said partner John Villafranco. “With the Ad Law Access App, the advertising law community can keep up with the latest developments while driving, walking the dog, waiting in line, or lounging around the house without having to set aside time to read an article or watch a video.”
The launch builds on the top-rated Ad Law Access blog and follows the recent debut of the Ad Law Daily Podcast, featuring Simone Roach, which the firm unveiled earlier this year.
“With the success of our blog and podcast, we wanted to provide an easy way for our readers and listeners to get that content on their devices in one place,” said Ad Law practice chair Christie Thompson.
“We are continuously looking for new ways to leverage the latest technology to benefit our clients,” said chief technology officer Judi Flournoy. “This app provides an intuitive platform that can deliver the full breadth of our Ad Law offerings to any device.”
For additional information, visit:
- Ad Law Access Blog (Subscribe) – Where we regularly cover advertising and privacy law developments
- Ad Law Access Daily Podcast – The Ad Law Access Daily podcast is available from a number of services (iTunes, Spotify, Google Podcasts, SoundCloud and many other podcast services).
- Advertising and Privacy Law Resource Center –Addresses key legal topics relevant to advertising and marketing, privacy, data security, and consumer product safety and labeling.
- Ad Law News and Views Newsletter (Subscribe) – Compiles all of our recent Advertising Law news and analysis in one place.
- Privacy and Information Security Practice Page
- State Attorneys General Practice Page