State Attorneys General

November has been an active month in the years-long litigation of opioid manufacturers — and it hasn’t been good for the theories put forth by Attorneys General and local governments.  On November 1, Orange County Judge Peter Wilson, in litigation brought by Orange, Santa Clara, and Los Angeles Counties, along with the City of Oakland,

For the first time in two years, State Attorneys General and their key consumer protection staff have gathered in Washington D.C. to attend the National Association of Attorneys General Fall Consumer Protection conference.  For State AG staff in particular, this meeting, and its Spring counterpart, may be the most important and well attended event

Texas Associate Deputy Attorney General Paul Singer has joined Kelley Drye as a partner in the firm’s growing State Attorneys General practice group.We are thrilled to welcome Texas Associate Deputy Attorney General Paul Singer to the firm’s growing State Attorneys General practice group. On the heels of former top Federal Trade Commission (FTC) officials Jessica L. Rich and Laura Riposo VanDruff joining the firm, Paul’s addition further strengthens Kelley Drye’s ability to help clients prepare for

As supply chain woes continue, late last week several District Attorneys on behalf of the State of California filed a lawsuit against Kanye West’s apparel brand, Yeezy, alleging that the Yeezy companies violated state law because they failed to ship items within thirty days and failed to provide adequate delay notices, or provide an offer

Shortly after the state of California filed a lawsuit against Amazon alleging deceptive prices, Amazon agreed to pay $2 million in penalties and restitution.

Under the stipulated judgment, Amazon is restrained from using an advertised reference price based on a formula, algorithm, or other method that produces misleading or false results until April 1,

Ad Law Access PodcastMany states are considering comprehensive privacy legislation in the absence of a federal law. On another much anticipated episode of the Ad Law Access podcast, Alysa Hutnik and Aaron Burstein discuss pending state privacy legislation, how we got here, and some expected future legislation. Find the episode here or wherever you get your podcasts

On Tuesday, November 3, 2020, California voters passed ballot Proposition 24, the California Privacy Rights Act of 2020 (“CPRA”). Also known as CCPA 2.0, CPRA brings a number of changes to the CCPA, the majority of which will become operative on January 1, 2023. In addition to revising some of the definitions that are fundamental

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

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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

The Virginia Governor recently signed into law amendments to the Virginia Telephone Privacy Protection Act that significantly increase the exposure of businesses that place marketing calls or text messages to Virginia residents.

The amendments take effect July 1, 2020, and address four topics: (1) the definition of a “telephone solicitation call,” (2) caller identification, (3)