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By Gary Kibel, Allison Fitzpatrick
Oath, Inc., formerly known as AOL Inc., agreed to pay $4.95 million to settle allegations brought by the New York State Attorney General's Office that AOL violated the COPPA by collecting personal information...
By Joseph Cioffi
No one had suffered any losses, or at least it seemed no one could remember having done so
By Ronald R. Urbach
As mentioned in my previous two posts (found here and here), I gave a presentation at the 40th Annual Association of National Advertisers/Brand Activation Association Marketing Law Conference...
By Allison Fitzpatrick, Paavana Kumar
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced a settlement with a public relations agency and its chief executive officer, as well as a magazine publisher and its sole owner,
By Ronald R. Urbach
As mentioned in my previous blog post, I gave a presentation at the 40th Annual Association of National Advertisers/Brand Activation Association Marketing Law Conference titled "The Pursuit of ‘Truth' in Advertising."
By Joseph Cioffi
Move over mortgages – there's a new kind of real estate that could benefit from a new type of funding. As higher interest rates and rising prices are making affordable housing a challenge...
By Gary Kibel, Marc Rachman
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has decided that agreements reached by 1-800 Contacts, Inc. with a number of its competitors ...
By Ronald R. Urbach
In the next series of posts, I will share some highlights from my presentation.
By Gary Kibel, Justin Lee, Vivien Byrwa
A new Ohio law – the Ohio Data Protection Act (the "Act") – has created a legal safe harbor to limit a company's litigation
By Ronald R. Urbach
Flip back through articles, columns, tweets and other prognostications from marketing pundits over the past decade plus
By Jessica Golden Cortes, Judith Kong
The bill also imposes certain requirements on the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing
By Joseph Cioffi
Bright, shiny objects are hard to resist. Like the glowing orb cast by the anglerfish subprime lending is back with the potential for profits shining like a beacon.
By Neal Klausner, Howard Weingrad, Claudia Cohen
A recent decision from a Pennsylvania federal court underscores that there is generally no copyright protection in an actual building or a skyline of buildings ...
By Joseph Cioffi
Although there's been much talk of an epic battle between states and the federal government that will determine the scope of federal preemption in the student loan space,
By Howard Weingrad, Truan Savage
The MMA also updates processes for how mechanical royalties are calculated and split among the artists and songwriters.
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