Regulatory Developments

Now that Joe Biden has been declared the winner of this year’s presidential election, many practitioners are beginning to turn their focus to how a Biden Administration will reshape federal agencies. This post takes a look at changes that may be in store for the FTC.

For much of the past few years, the

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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 July 22, the New York Department of Financial Services (DFS) announced the first enforcement action under its new Cybersecurity Regulation, which requires that businesses registered or licensed by DFS comply with a number of robust cybersecurity requirements. The action involves First American Title Insurance Company and, according to the Statement of Charges and Notice

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

On the same day that the FCC set a call blocking declaratory ruling for vote at its July 2020 Open Meeting, the FCC’s Consumer and Governmental Affairs Bureau issued rulings in two long-pending petitions for clarification of the requirements of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (“TCPA”). Although these clarifications do not address the

A recent Marketplace Tech podcast episode on the spike in demand for mental health apps caught our attention.  As shocking headlines and stay-at-home orders rolled across the country, demand for mental health apps increased almost 30% since the pandemic began, according to CNBC.  And there is a wide variety of options to choose from,

Bill MacLeod and other panelists representing antitrust and consumer protection bureaus from across the country discussed recent enforcement activities and the ongoing missions of state enforcement agencies during the American Bar Association’s Antitrust Section Virtual Spring Meeting.

Watch the replay here.

Ad Law Access Podcast

In conjunction with the American Bar Association’s Antitrust Section Spring Meeting, practice chair Christie Thompson participated in a panel discussion on recent FTC enforcement and priorities, including impacts, if any, of COVID-19 on enforcement priorities, as well as in the areas of privacy, data security, marketing, advertising, and fintech, consider whether FTC enforcement has

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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Ad Law Access PodcastAs retailers have shifted to online and ship to store/ship from store sales, we’ve been getting a variety of questions from our retailing clients.

On the latest episode of the Ad Law Access Podcast, Advertising and Marketing chair Christie Grymes Thompson and partner Kristi Wolff answer retailer questions regarding pricing, shipping, refunds, customer reviews, and