Kelley Drye lawyers are taking part in the American Bar Association’s Antitrust Section Spring Meeting, this time virtually. This year, there is no charge!

The Antitrust Section’s first ever Virtual Spring Meeting officially kicks off on April 17th with a welcome session at noon Eastern. For the next two weeks, there will be a

Advertising and Privacy Law Resource CenterKelley Drye & Warren LLP today announced the launch of a microsite dedicated to the legal issues regarding advertising, privacy and data security, and consumer product safety. The Advertising and Privacy Law Resource Center, available via www.KelleyDrye.com, provides practical, relevant information to help in-house counsel answer the questions and solve the problems that they

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

Special counsel Richard Cohen was interviewed by Metropolitan Corporate Counsel in the law article “Weighing Public vs. Private Interests in the Big Data Economy: Innovations in technology continue to bring more questions about privacy.”  Mr. Cohen discusses the current startup environment, big data, and venture capital accelerators based on his extensive experience working with technology

Industry scored an important victory in the recent DOJ vs. Bayer case.  But, despite that outcome, health claim enforcement will remain a key priority for the FTC going forward.  This presentation is a practical discussion of how the FTC enforcement process works and advocacy steps that companies should consider along the way, including selecting and

Today, California Governor Jerry Brown signed SB633 into legislation allowing manufacturers to carry the label “Made in America”, even if their products were not entirely made in the United States. This is similar to the federal standard used in the 49 other states. Specifically, SB633 stipulates that a “Made in USA” claim may be used

On June 2, 2015, Kelley Drye will be hosting an afternoon seminar at its New York offices on the challenges employers face when balancing data security with employee privacy rights. The seminar will be presented by Barbara Hoey and Mark Konkel of Kelley Drye’s Labor and Employment practice, joined by Alysa Hutnik of Kelley Drye’s