The Washington, D.C. lawyers & attorneys at Kelley Drye & Warren use AD Law Access to keep readers posted on the various trends, issues and developments regarding consumer protection in the United States. Regularly featured on the AmLaw 200, AD Law Access covers advertising litigation, consumer product safety, food and drug, new media marketing, privacy and information security, promotions marketing and other advertising law issues. All of the authors of this blog are members of the firm’s Advertising Law Practice group.
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Although Pinterest launched just two years ago, the site already boasts over 10 million users and a staggering number of page views every day. Both numbers are growing quickly. Companies are paying attention to this rapid growth and — much like the early days of Facebook — many are...
We are proud to announce a new blog from Kelley Drye & Warren LLP: Food and Drug Law Access. This sister blog to Ad Law Access provides news and commentary concerning food and drug law and public policy developments, including legislative, regulatory, enforcement, and case law...
If you work with mobile apps, you may already know that privacy is a hot issue. Regulators are pushing companies to improve their privacy practices, Congress is contemplating new laws, and class action lawyers are suing companies that don’t clearly disclose their practices. In the past few...
The Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) recently announced five settlements with companies that had made energy savings claims for replacement windows. Those five settlements may change the standard for making “up to” claims. Both the FTC and the National Advertising Division...
In the wake of the White House's February 23, 2012 release of Consumer Data Privacy in a Networked World: A Framework for Protecting and Promoting Innovation in a Global Digital Economy ("Framework"), the Commerce Department's National Telecommunications and Information Administration...
Yesterday the Consumer Product Safety Commission ("CPSC") announced a revised version of its Recall Handbook and new Guidelines for Retailers and Reverse Logistics Providers ("Reverse Logistics Guidelines"). Although much of the documents' content reflects existing law and...
FDA Continues Study of Direct-to-Consumer Television Advertising with Study of Corrective Advertising
On February 29, 2012, the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) issued a notice soliciting comments on its intent to conduct research entitled “Experimental Study: Examination of Corrective Direct-to-Consumer (DTC) Television Advertising.” FDA issued the notice pursuant to the Paperwork...
Our new sister blog, Food and Drug Law Access, posted an informative article, "FDA's Scrutiny of Personal Care Products in 2011," from HAPPI -- the Household and Personal Products Industry magazine. It is often said that “beauty lies in the eye of the beholder.” A review of...
On February 23, 2012, the White House released its long-awaited consumer data privacy framework that establishes clear consumer privacy “ground rules” intended to govern how commercial entities collect and use consumers’ personal information in an evolving technological landscape...