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The Gathering Data Security Storm: Is the Government Helping?

Legal experts from AT&T, Crowell & Moring LLP, and PayPal discussed the challenges and most effective strategies of companies in effort to secure consumer data.

Under Attack: A Battle Plan for Defending, Counterattacking in and Settling False Advertising Cases

Dolores DiBella, associate counsel of intellectual property at the National Football League, and Lawrence Weinstein, partner at Proskauer Rose LLP, discussed the best defense strategies for meritless Lanham Act claims.

Six FTC Concerns for 2014 and Beyond

Presenters took turns discussing six FTC concerns for the coming year: predictive scoring, the Internet of Things, COPPA, mobile tracking, data security, and mobile payments.

Status of Negotiations with American Federation of Musicians

Stacy Marcus, partner at Reed Smith, provided an update to the ongoing collective bargaining agreement between advertisers and the American Federation of Musicians.

Copyright Infringement Claims for Tattoos?

When people get tattoos, they are having an artist create a copyrightable work on their face, body, and limbs. This poses a problem when tattooed people are featured in advertising and have not secured rights to the tattoos.

Luncheon Keynote with Fadi Chehadé

Fadi Chehadé, president and chief executive officer of ICANN, presented information for rights holders regarding ICANN's new gTLD program.

The Martin Agency: Bridging the Legal Communication Gap

Christine Branin, senior vice president, talent and traffic at The Martin Agency, and Michael Plaut, vice president, assistant general counsel, director of advertising legal services at Interpublic Group, provided examples of what not to do in order to avoid legal trouble, and discussed The Martin Agency’s efforts to bridge the legal education and communication gap through creativity.

Battling Ambush Marketing in the World of Sports Sponsorship

In this video, Professor Michael McCann, director of the Sports and Entertainment Law Institute at University of New Hampshire School of Law, moderated a panel discussion with participants Kathryn Barrett Park, senior counsel of advertising and brand management at General Electric (GE), Michael Kuh, counsel at Latham & Watkins, and Christopher Sloan, assistant vice president and senior corporate counsel at Liberty Mutual Insurance, on sponsorships/brand promotion and ambush marketing at the Olympics, World Cup, and Super Bowl.

Battling Ambush Marketing in the World of Sports Sponsorship

Professor Michael McCann, director of the Sports and Entertainment Law Institute at University of New Hampshire School of Law, moderated a panel discussion with participants Kathryn Barrett Park, senior counsel of advertising and brand management at General Electric (GE), Michael Kuh, counsel at Latham & Watkins, and Christopher Sloan, assistant vice president and senior corporate counsel at Liberty Mutual Insurance, on sponsorships/brand promotion and ambush marketing at the Olympics, World Cup, and Super Bowl.

Addressing Ad-Supported Online Piracy: The ANA/4A’s Best Practices (Almost) One Year Later

A panel of experts discussed the ways in which brands are working to avoid inadvertent ad support for Internet sites that are primarily engaged in facilitating intellectual property theft.

Buying the Bridge: Beating Patent Trolls at Their Own Game

Marc Kaufman, partner at Reed Smith LLP, moderated a panel discussion with participants Tom Finneran, executive vice president, agency management services at 4A’s, Joshua Goodman, general counsel at Digitas, and Allen Yee, counsel for intellectual property litigation at The Coca-Cola Company, on ways in which the advertising industry can become a player in the patent marketplace to reduce the ability of Non-Practicing Entities (NPEs) to arbitrage patents that could be asserted against advertisers and agencies.

Buying the Bridge: Beating Patent Trolls at Their Own Game

Marc Kaufman, partner at Reed Smith LLP, moderated a panel discussion with participants Tom Finneran, executive vice president, agency management services at 4A’s, Joshua Goodman, general counsel at Digitas, and Allen Yee, counsel for intellectual property litigation at The Coca-Cola Company, on ways in which the advertising industry can become a player in the patent marketplace to reduce the ability of Non-Practicing Entities (NPEs) to arbitrage patents that could be asserted against advertisers and agencies.

What Will the Obama Administration and Congress Do to Advertising and Marketing?

Martin Frost, Shareholder, Polsinelli Shughart PC and Kenny Hulshof, Shareholder, Polsinelli Shughart PC, offered their insights into how tax reform, and the forthcoming debate over spending reductions is likely to evolve and impact advertising.

Ten Minute Solutions to Five of Your Biggest Problems

A panel of lawyers took turns discussing strategies they use to manage their brands in situations involving online privacy, celebrity endorsements, and class action lawsuits, among other topics.

Ten Minute Solutions to Five of Your Biggest Problems

A panel of lawyers took turns discussing strategies they use to manage their brands in situations involving online privacy, celebrity endorsements, and class action lawsuits, among other topics.

Venable LLP: Second Circuit Orders Win/Win for Louboutin and Yves St. Laurent

In this advertising alert, Venable LLP provides updates on a recent Second Circuit decision pertaining to the trademarked Red Sole Shoe from Christian Louboutin.

Davis & Gilbert LLP: Court Rejects Federal Criminal Charges Against Host of Online Poker Games

In this advertising alert, Davis & Gilbert LLP discusses the implications of a recent decision which overturned federal criminal charges against the host of an online poker gaming site.

Unanimous Supreme Court Invalidates FCC’s “Fleeting Expletives” Indecency Decisions and Denies Review of Invalidated Super Bowl Fine

This advertising alert from Davis Wright Tremaine LLP discusses a recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling that Federal Communications Commission (FCC) decisions targeting “fleeting” broadcasts of allegedly indecent material are unconstitutional.

Davis Wright Tremaine LLP: Court of Appeals Strikes Down Communications Act Ban

This advertising alert from Davis Wright Tremaine LLP discusses the recent decision of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit to strike down the Communications Act provisions banning political and issue advertising on noncommercial broadcasting stations.

Madison & Wall: Copyright or Copywrong?

This report from Pivotal Research Group looks at the potential impact of current discussions taking place in Washington on the Cable Act of 1992.

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