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By Ronald R. Urbach
It was an incredible three days in Chicago at the 39th Association of National Advertisers/Brand Activation Association Marketing Law Conference, "Breakthrough: Legal Strategies for Dynamic Businesses."
By Joseph Cioffi
As we said in our last post regarding vulnerability in credit enhancements and litigation risk, subprime auto ABS investors have historically slept easy in light of ample credit ...
By Neal Klausner, Gary Kibel, David Greenberg
In an important decision concerning the enforceability of an arbitration clause included in a mobile app's Terms of Service, the federal appeals court in New York recently found ...
By Michael Lasky
Public relations firms increasingly develop content and websites for their clients' programs, products, and services.
By Howard Weingrad
Responding to the increased concerns voiced by advertising agencies bound by the 2016 SAG-AFTRA Commercials Contract (Commercials Contract)...
By Joseph Lewczak, Louis Dilorenzo
The past decade has seen a dramatic shift in the way retailers engage with consumers.
By Joseph Lewczak, Louis Dilorenzo
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has settled with Pact, Inc. (Pact) over allegations that Pact's mobile app, which allows users to set fitness goals and creates financial penalties for not meeting them...
By Ronald R. Urbach, Paavana Kumar
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has charged an online marketing operation involving about 80 companies with deceptively luring consumers into expensive negative option plans...
By Alan Hahn, William Szanzer
Employee benefit plan sponsors are adept at keeping one eye on the present and another on the future. This may be because decisions relating to employee benefit plans often take many months...
By Joseph Cioffi, James Serritella
Historically, investors in subprime auto asset-backed securities (ABS) have been able to sleep well at night.
By Joseph Cioffi
The massive data breach at Equifax has quickly spurred a number of lawsuits on behalf of consumers. That was to be expected.
By Gary Kibel, Brian Gallagher, Rohini Gokhale
States, backed by brick-and-mortar stores, have been in a long-running battle with Internet vendors to collect sales taxes for online sales by out-of-state Internet retailers to their residents.
By Joseph Lewczak
Local governments in California are playing an increasing role in examining and challenging potentially misleading advertising and marketing practices.
By Maureen McLoughlin, Nirupama Hegde
A hard-hitting ruling last month by a Brooklyn federal judge may expose not just the online retailers offering goods and/or services, but also the agencies retained by them to build and design...
By Joseph Cioffi
New mortgage originations reached $421 billion in Q2 2017, down from $427 billion in Q2 2016 (a 1.41% decrease). Housing debt reached $9.14 trillion in Q2 2017, up from $8.84 trillion in Q2 2016 (a 3.82% increase).
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