Legislative Developments

Regulatory interest in Internet of Things (“IoT”) devices is growing, partly in response to concerns about device security. In January, for example, California’s IoT Law (SB 327) went into effect. This law requires manufacturers of IoT devices to equip the devices with reasonable security features appropriate to the nature and function of the

On January 30th, 24 State Attorneys General*, led by Kwame Raoul (D) of Illinois, submitted an amici curiae brief in support of the Federal Trade Commission’s position in FTC v. Credit Bureau Center LLC.

These State AGs are in agreement with the FTC, which has argued that the district court’s authority to

The California Attorney General unveiled its data broker registry on Monday.  On or before January 31st, companies qualifying as a “data broker” based on the prior year’s activities are required to register their name and contact information with the Attorney General and may provide a statement concerning their data collection practices.  A

The year ended with a flurry of activity related to the FTC’s ability to obtain permanent injunctions and restitution under Section 13(b) of the FTC Act.  As we head into 2020, a level-set is in order.

To File or Not File is No Longer the Question

On December 19, 2019, the FTC filed a petition

In the 2010s, Kelley Drye’s Ad Law Access blog posted approximately 1500 entries. Below are the most popular by year. To give you a sense of beginning to end, the first post came one month after Apple announced the iPad and the last just days before the first all-female spacewalk by astronauts Christina Koch and

In 2019, Ad Law Access published 124 stories on a wide range of topics. However, two topics stood out above the others:

  • California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)
    CCPA was far and away the most popular topic of 2019 and, as mentioned in one of our last posts of the year, “businesses and privacy professionals

On the latest episode of the Ad Law Access Podcast, partner Kristi Wolff discusses FDA’s recent CBD warning letters, Commissioner nominee Dr. Stephen Hahn’s confirmation hearings, and a preview of this week’s Cannabis Law Update webinar.

On Thursday, December 5, from Noon – 1:00 Eastern we will be holding a webinar on the emerging

The week after Thanksgiving is always a busy one and this year does not disappoint. We are pleased to be holding the following educational opportunities this week:

California Consumer Privacy Act Workshop Los Angeles Edition
In Los Angeles, on Wednesday, December 4, we will be holding the latest in our series of California Consumer Privacy