Advertising Law - October 21, 2011


In This Issue:

Manatt Partners Invited to Co-Chair and Speak at 33rd Annual PMA Marketing Law Conference; IWG Anticipates Making “Significant Changes” to Government Guidelines; New Labeling, Packaging for Four Loko; FTC Testifies About COPPA Changes; and FTC Proposes Changes to Mail or Telephone Order Merchandise Rule.

Manatt Partners Invited to Co-Chair and Speak at 33rd Annual PMA Marketing Law Conference

2011 marks the Promotion Marketing Association’s 100th year representing thousands of brands worldwide. In the year of this milestone anniversary, PMA will host its 33rd Annual Marketing Law Conference. As a testament to Manatt partner Linda Goldstein's longstanding commitment to the organization through chairing its Government/Legal Affairs Committee, PMA has asked Linda to serve as co-chair of this highly respected event.

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