2017 RECAP

In 2017 we posted 106 updates on consumer protection trends, issues, and developments to our Ad Law Access blog. Here are some of the most popular:

New Lawsuit Highlights Risks of Using User-Generated Content

FTC Announces $1.3 Million Settlement in Negative Option Case

Read This Before Scanning A Driver’s License In New Jersey

FTC Staff Reminds Brands and Influencers About Disclosure Requirements

\“OK, Google. Send a Letter to the CPSC”: Privacy Groups Request Recall of Google Home Mini

New NAD Decision Addresses Product Reviews

Judge Upholds FTC Staff Opinion that Avatar Calls are Prerecorded Messages under TSR

Instagram Announces a New Tool for Influencers

EU Data Protection Authority Issues GDPR Action Plan, Swiss Sign Privacy Deal with U.S.

Don’t Like Negative Reviews? Read This Before You Delete Them

More Regulators Focus on Price Comparisons

CIT Adds New Requirements for Assembled in USA’ Claims Analysis

How Not to Get Burned by First” Claims

NAD Gives Bill of Good Health to Dietary Supplement Immunity Claims

Court Relies on Due Process Argument to Dismiss Website Accessibility Suit

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2018 Advertising and Privacy Law Webinar Series
Please join Kelley Drye in 2018 as we continue our well attended Advertising and Privacy Law Webinar Series. Like our in-person events, this series gives key updates and provides practical tips to address issues faced by counsel as well as CLE credit. This webinar series will start again in February 2018. Please revisit the 2017 webinars here.



IN FASHION: Kelley Drye’s 4th Annual Fashion and Retail Law Summit
January 18, 2018”,“NEW YORK, NY
Kelley Drye & Warren LLP

Interactive and Hands-On Mock Product Launch
January 25, 2018”,“WASHINGTON, DC
ACI’s Inaugural Advertising Claims Substantiation Boot Camp
Christie Thompson

Avoiding Privacy/Security Legal Snafus in VR/AR
March 14, 2018”,“AUSTIN, TX
Alysa Hutnik

Beyond NAIC and DOI: How other laws, enforcement agencies and consumer complaints can influence your advertising practices
April 4, 2018”,“AUSTIN, TX
17th Annual IAdCA Conference
Alysa Hutnik