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October 13
Futureproofing Privacy Programs

Building a successful privacy program requires much more than compliance with data protection laws. To thrive in today’s global, data-driven environment, companies also need to understand the political environment and public attitudes surrounding privacy in the countries in which they operate.

On Tuesday, the New York Attorney General Letitia James announced a settlement with Dunkin’ Brands, Inc. over allegations that the company failed to adequately respond to years of cyberattacks that compromised customers’ online accounts.

According to the lawsuit, Dunkin’ customers with “DD Perks” accounts were first targeted in early 2015 in a series of “credential

On August 20, a Northern District of California court stayed the trial of an action the FTC brought against Lending Club in 2018 pending a Supreme Court ruling on the FTC’s authority to seek monetary restitution under Section 13(b) of the FTC Act. The issue of whether the FTC has authority to seek monetary relief

Last week the FTC filed suits against a few online merchandisers regarding their alleged failures to promptly deliver personal protective equipment (PPE) to consumers. The lawsuits allege that three online sellers violated the FTC’s Mail Order Rule, which mandates that companies notify consumers of shipping delays in a timely manner and give them the

Advertising Law Summer SeriesThe replay of our recent webinar Selling Online: How to Avoid Flattening the Curve of an Uptick in Website Traffic is available here.

COVID-19 has increased the already dizzying amount of online sales, making the applicable marketing requirements increasingly important. These rules affect not just how companies advertise and promote products and services online,

Kelley Drye Advertising Law Summer Webinar Series This Wednesday, July 22
Selling Online: How to Avoid Flattening the Curve of an Uptick in Website Traffic
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COVID-19 has increased the already dizzying amount of online sales, making the applicable marketing requirements increasingly important. These rules affect not just how companies advertise and promote products and services online, but also how they

In April, Draper James – the clothing line of Hollywood star Reese Witherspoon – conducted a promotion for teachers, but ran into some communication issues along the way and is now the subject of a class action lawsuit. In an Instagram post, the brand thanked teachers for their work during the COVID-19 pandemic, and

Ad Law Access Podcast -        Health Claims 101: Key Considerations For Making Compliant Health Claims On the latest episode of the Ad Law Access Podcast, Advertising and Marketing partner Kristi Wolff discusses three keys to making compliant health claims:  determining the product regulatory classification, claim substantiation standards, and the importance of context.  This episode is a prequel to her earlier Health Claims in the Context of COVID-19 episode which focused

Green Marketing PodcastAs we have written about extensively on this blog, consumers continue to grow more environmentally conscious and demand products that reflect this concern. To meet consumer demands and as part of social responsibility initiatives, companies are increasing their “sustainable” practices, recycling materials, upcycling other products, and working to reduce waste and environmental harms.  As

Ad Law Access Podcast - Health Claims in the Context of COVID-19

The FTC recently sent warning letters to companies for falsely claiming that their products can treat or prevent COVID-19. On the latest episode of the Ad Law Access Podcast, partner Kristi Wolff  discusses the importance of keeping the current pandemic context in mind when making health claims more generally.

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