Advertising Law Newsletter - April 08, 2011


In this issue: Manatt to Participate in the ACCA-SoCal Inaugural Entertainment & Sports Law MCLE Seminar; Manatt Attorneys to Provide Insight on False Advertising Litigation Strategies at ACI Conference; Privacy Developments: Obama Administration Wades In, Another Draft Bill; FTC Settles with Ad Company Over Online Tracking; NAD: Gillette Must Modify or Discontinue Comparative Claims; Retailer Settles Over Fake “Consumer” Reviews; and Netflix Faces Suits by Former Users.

Excerpt from 'Manatt to Participate...':

On April 13, 2011, Manatt’s advertising and entertainment litigation partners and their esteemed co-panelists will lead a lively discussion focused on crisis management strategies for corporate counsel, an event hosted by the Association of Corporate Counsel, Southern California Chapter.

With Manatt’s Litigation Division Chair Chad Hummel serving as moderator, Linda Goldstein (Chair of the Advertising, Marketing and Media Division), Mat Rosengart (Co-Chair of the Entertainment Litigation practice), Rick Levy (Chief Business Development Officer & General Counsel, Office of the Chairman, International Creative Management), and Mark Fabiani (Principal, Fabiani & Lehane, LLC), will address tactics for enabling corporate counsel to be thoroughly prepared for the decisive moments they may face in their practices – when government investigations are commenced, when news media are inquiring, or when crucial litigation is looming or instituted.

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