Tackling the Privacy, Data Security, and Employment Issues Related to Returning to Work

We have created checklist of general tips to help companies navigate return-to-work privacy and data security issues.  In addition to designing COVID-19 testing and screening data collection programs that fit local and state reopening conditions, companies may also wish to consult key sources of federal guidance.

Supreme Court Upholds Constitutionality of the TCPA

On July 6, 2020, in a 7-2 decision, the Supreme Court upheld the constitutionality of the TCPA, but severed as unconstitutional the government debt exception.  William P. Barr et al. v. American Association of Political Consultants et al., Case No. 19-631 (2020).  

Court Rejects As Speculative Putative Class Action Complaint Alleging V’nilla Almond” Granola Is Not Flavored Exclusively From Vanilla Beans

A California federal judge has dismissed a putative class action against Kellogg for failing to back up the plaintiff’s theory that Kellogg’s Bear Naked Granola V’nilla Almond does not include vanilla flavoring derived exclusively from vanilla beans.

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Trade Association Antitrust 101

July 14, 2020”,“12:00 - 1:00 PM Eastern
Dave EvansMatt Luzzader

Selling Online: How to Avoid Flattening the Curve of an Uptick in Website Traffic

July 22, 2020”,“12:00 - 1:00 PM Eastern
Christie Thompson

Cleaning Up From 2020: Guidance for Disinfectant, Germ and Virus Killing Claims

July 29, 2020  
Kristi WolffJoe Green


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Webinar: Product and Earnings Claims in the Time of COVID-19 webinar

Beginning of a TCPA Clean-Up? FCC Sets Another Robocall Blocking Item for Vote While Addressing Two of Nearly Three Dozen Pending Petitions

Third CBD False Advertising Case Halted this Year Pending FDA Review

FTC Seeks Rule to Collect Civil Penalties for Made in USA Labeling Violations

District Court Affirms Need to Turn Over Data Breach Report