Ad Law Access

Updates on advertising law and privacy law trends, issues, and developments

Join Kelley Drye for an Upcoming Webinar: A Conversation with First Assistant Attorney General Brent Webster

Join Kelley Drye’s State Attorneys General team in our upcoming webinar led by Co-Chair, Paul Singer, Special Counsel Abby Stempson, and Senior Associate Beth Chun on Thursday, May 23, 2024 from 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm…

NY Case Addresses Publicity Rights for People in the Background of Social Media Photos

This month, we posted about a lawsuit that an NBA Hall of Fame player filed against a company that allegedly used his image to sell products without his permission. Regardless of how that case turns out, it’s pretty…

Arizona Turns Up the Heat in Amazon’s Legal Battles

General Kris Mayes recently filed two new lawsuits against Amazon. The first accuses Amazon of using “dark patterns,” or digital design tricks, that make it difficult for consumers to cancel their Prime subscriptions.…

NAD Reviews Green Claims for Trash Bags

HoldOn makes trash bags that are certified by the Biodegradable Products Institute (“BPI”) and TÜV Austria as compostable in commercial and home composting settings. The company advertises that the bags are great for…

Supreme Court Upholds CFPB Funding Mechanism as Constitutional, Quelling Uncertainty and Reinvigorating the CFPB’s Docket

In a long-awaited decision with profound implications for the future of the agency, the Supreme Court held 7-2 today that the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is constitutionally funded. CFPB officials can…