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By Ellen Berge, Leonard Gordon
The Federal Trade Commission's "Negative Option Rule" is up for review, and the FTC is steering toward stricter regulations for automatic renewal plans and subscription programs.
By Thora Johnson, Jami Mills Vibbert, Shannon K. Yavorsky
The laws, rules, and regulations regarding privacy and data security are changing throughout the world. In the United States, California recently passed the California Consumer Privacy Act
By Alan Epstein, Daniel Hoffer, Ilia Katz
This Article is part of a series monitoring developments with regard to California Assembly Bill 5 and its impact on the entertainment industry.
By Melissa Steinman, Christopher Crook, Kathleen Sheridan
The Federal Trade Commission held a workshop earlier this week in Washington, D.C., to discuss possible updates to the COPPA Rule
By Paul S. Bernstein
The New England Patriots recently released star receiver Antonio Brown following allegations of past misconduct, which Brown denies. Setting aside instances in which such...
By Melissa Steinman, Christopher Crook, Kathleen Sheridan
The Federal Trade Commission held a workshop yesterday in Washington, D.C., to discuss possible updates to the COPPA Rule, which implements the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act ("COPPA").
By Lee S. Brenner, Hannah L. McMeans
On September 18, 2019, the Florida Third District Court of Appeal held in Hullick v. Gibraltar Private Bank & Trust Co. & Hayworth that a corporation's board...
By David E. Fink, Whitney L. Tolar
In LTTB LLC v. Redbubble, Inc., plaintiff LTTB, an online apparel company, contended its success was "largely due to public fascination with its Lettuce Turnip the Beet trademark," ...
By Lawrence Norton, Ronald Jacobs, Janice Ryan, James E. Tyrrell III, Lindsay M. Nathan, Ashleigh A. Allione
On October 2, 2019, a federal judge blocked the State of New Jersey from implementing and enforcing new campaign finance reporting and donor disclosure rules for 501(c)(4) ...
By Venable LLP
In this issue, we highlight inquiries sent to education technology companies from three senators on the collection of student data. We also detail settlements between the Federal Trade Commission...
By Venable LLP
On June 28, 2018, the California governor signed into law AB 375, a sweeping new data privacy bill that will go into effect on January 1, 2020.
By Christopher Crook, Kathleen Sheridan
Many in the industry are familiar with the following scenario. A young gamer, grinding tirelessly for untold hours perfecting her skill, honing her strategy,...
By David E. Fink, Whitney L. Tolar
In LTTB LLC v. Redbubble, Inc., plaintiff LTTB, an online apparel company, contended its success was "largely due to public fascination with its Lettuce Turnip the Beet trademark,"...
By Christopher Crook, Kathleen Sheridan
Many in the industry are familiar with the following scenario. A young gamer, grinding tirelessly for untold hours perfecting her skill, honing her strategy
By Lawrence Norton, Ronald Jacobs, Janice Ryan, Lindsay M. Nathan, James E. Tyrrell III, Ashleigh A. Allione
A federal judge this week struck down on First Amendment grounds two provisions of New York's lobbying law that would have required nonprofits to disclose their donors.
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