In this issue:

- Sorry, Charlie: Taylor Swift Contest Makes Case for Solid Promotion Rules

- The Devil is in the Details for Number 1 Claims

- Can Website Disclaimers Stop Declaratory Judgment Suits?

- Nonbank Supervision, Substantive Rulemaking Dominate CFPB Agenda

- Upcoming Events

- Excerpt from: Sorry, Charlie: Taylor Swift Contest Makes Case for Solid Promotion Rules:

Last week, a radio station in Boston made headlines when it canceled its “Taylor Swift’s Biggest Fan” contest. A 39-year-old man named Charles, bolstered by votes from users of the social media sites 4Chan and Reddit, had taken the lead in the contest and was set to win tickets to one of Swift’s concerts and a backstage meet-and-greet with the 23-year-old pop star.

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Topics:  CFPB, Contests & Promotions, Declaratory Judgments, Disclaimers, Nonbank Firms, Proposed Regulation

Published In: Civil Procedure Updates, General Business Updates, Communications & Media Updates, Consumer Protection Updates, Finance & Banking Updates

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