Advertising Law Newsletter - June 02, 2011


In this issue: Manatt Partners Linda Goldstein and Chris Cole to Speak at Leading Advertising Litigation Conference; FTC Takes Action over “Free Trial” Offers; FTC Testifies About Mobile Devices, Privacy, COPPA; California Considers Social Networking Law; and Oreck Faces Class Action over Vacuum Claims.

Excerpt from 'Manatt Partners...':

On June 21-22, 2011, a who’s who of the nation’s advertising bar will convene at the American Conference Institute’s “Litigating and Resolving Advertising Disputes” conference, to be held in New York. They will present strategies for bringing and defending federal Lanham Act cases and succeeding at the National Advertising Division (NAD).

At the ACI conference, Manatt Advertising, Marketing & Media Division Chair Linda Goldstein will pair up with Kathleen Dunnigan (NAD staff attorney) to explore “Inside Strategies for Effectively Utilizing the NAD to Resolve Advertising Disputes.” Manatt partner Chris Cole will join Kathryn A. Meisel (Assistant General Counsel, Johnson & Johnson) and others to participate in a panel discussion, “Winning Your Lanham Act Case in Federal Court: Plaintiff and Defense Success Strategies.”

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