Lessons Learned for Maintaining Attorney-Client Privileged Data Breach Investigation (and other Consultant) Reports

NAD Addresses Implied Coronavirus Cure Claims

Big Little Material Omissions: Reese Witherspoon and Draper James Subject of Class Action Lawsuit

FTC COPPA Settlement Shows Ongoing Rift Over Privacy Harm

EPA Cautions Consumers About Ozone Generators, UV Lights, and Other Pesticide Devices Making Coronavirus Claims

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CCPA Update: Final Regulations Submitted but No Changes from Prior Draft

Another Federal Court Halts False Advertising Case Pending FDA Review of CBD 

EPA Issues Consumer Advisory on Products Claiming to Kill Coronavirus

Executive Order Strikes at Section 230, But Legal Impact Likely to be Limited

Another Slack Fill Preemption Win for the Cosmetics Industry in Critcher v. L’Oreal

Keep Calm and Go Online: Regulatory Considerations Around the Spike in Demand for Mental Health Apps

FDA and FTC Joint Warning Letters Target Amazon Affiliates Making False COVID-19 Claims