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Advertising Law - Feb 28, 2014

9th Circuit Pulls the Shades Down on “Shine the Light” Lawsuit - The Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals recently rejected an appeal of a district court’s dismissal of a claim made under California’s “Shine the Light,”...more

Lance v. Wyeth: A New Cause of Action in Pennsylvania?

Issuing an opinion over two years after oral argument, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled last week in Lance v. Wyeth that pharmaceutical companies can be held liable for negligence in the design and marketing of drugs....more

Online Marketer That Allegedly Used Fake News Sites to Promote Products May Not Be Protected by CDA Immunity

Section 230 of the Communication Decency Act (CDA) promotes the free flow of information on the internet. The statute seeks to ensure that website operators and other interactive computer services are not hampered by lawsuits...more

Advertising News & Analysis - April 18, 2013

In this issue: - FTC Chairwoman Addresses AAF’s Advertising on the Hill Day, Provides Broad Guidance - Bringing a Legal Challenge? Expect One in Return - NAD Says Doctor-Recommended Claims Need a Second...more

Privacy Changes Coming to China

Originally published in Privacy & Security Law on 03/18/2013. There is continued focus in China on privacy and data security issues. China still has no omnibus law, but it has promulgated some sector-specific...more

Will Hands-Free Texting Prove To Be Safer Than Regular Texting?

Texting while driving is extremely dangerous for those driving on Alabama roads because it is well known to be a distraction for drivers, who must keep their eyes on the road at all times in order to prevent a serious car...more

Fourth Circuit Affirms CDA Immunity For Consumer Review Website

In December, citing the Communications Decency Act, 47 U.S.C. § 230 (the “CDA”), the Fourth Circuit upheld dismissal of defamation and related claims against a consumer review website featuring consumer posts regarding an...more

Paul vs. Providence Health System-Oregon

Appellants' Opening Brief Oregon Court of Appeals

Providence Health System's employee took unencrypted computerized medical records on some 350,000 patients to his home left them overnight in a car. A car prowler stole the tapes. Oregon patients filed a class action...more

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