Ad Law News and Views - September 26, 2020



SDNY Relies on Simple Reading” of Label to Dismiss False Advertising Claim

COVID-Related Refunds Defeat Article III Standing

New Decision Warns Against Reposting Photos on Social Media

Senate Commerce Committee Republicans Include 13(b) Fix in New Privacy Legislation

That Was Then, This Is Now: Trump Administration Proposes Section 230 Reforms

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BBB National Programs’ National Advertising Division (NAD) 2020 Annual Conference

October 5 - 7, 2020”,“Webinar
The Truth About Advertsing Law


Colgate-Palmolive Must Sweat Out Limited Claims in Deodorant False Advertising Case

COVID-Related Refunds Defeat Article III Standing

NAD Addresses Disclosures on Influencer TikTok Videos

Section 13(b) of the FTC Act to Figure in New Supreme Court Term

CCPA Update: California Legislature Votes to Extend Employee and B2B Exemptions; Awaits Governor’s Signature

Filling in the Holes: Dunkin Settles Breach Allegations with NYAG


2020 Election Outlook: An In-Depth Analysis of the Race for the White House and Congress

October 21, 2020”,“10 AM EST

Kelley Drye’s Government Relations and Public Policy Group presents a bipartisan assessment of the upcoming 2020 elections. Election analysts Greg Speed and Jim Ellis will provide a detailed and data-packed assessment of the current state of play in the race for the White House.

In addition, they will cover key Senate and House races and the prospects for control of both chambers in the upcoming 117th Congress.

Rise of FCPA & Sanctions Violations as a Result of Supply Chain Disruptions

October 21, 2020”,“10 AM EST

Join Kelley Drye and Withum for this webinar to discuss how restrictions imposed by the latest U.S. economic sanctions can affect supply chains, especially in China and Russia; the importance of OFAC sanctions screening and the latest updates to the OFAC list; and the rise of FCPA violations due to supply chain disruptions and how the DOJ/SEC are increasing enforcement actions on U.S. companies.

Labor and Employment WORKing Lunch Webinar Series

Multiple Dates

Following last year’s success and starting in November, the L&E team will host the 2020/2021 WORKing Lunch, a webinar series focused on bringing in-house counsel, management, and HR professionals the latest trends and developments in workplace law. Topics will include: Survey Of In Vogue Lawsuits: COVID EDITION; Wage & Hour 101; Employee Leave Laws: Managing the Intersection of FMLA, ADA, and FFCRA; Employment Law in the New Administration, and more.

CLE, SHRM and HRCI available.  Visit our website in the forthcoming weeks for more information or email erochefort@​kelleydrye.​com if you’d like to be added to our invite list.


See our Back to School issue to see some of the team during their school days and catch up on what we did over the summer.