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Update from Washington

ANA's Dan Jaffe covered what you can expect in Washington and the states as we head into the second half of 2015 and the upcoming Presidential nominating marathon.

Married to the Mob: Using Crowdsourced Data as Substantiation

This session explored when, and how, can you use crowdsourced data to create and substantiate advertising claims.

Social Media 2.0

This session offered an overview of key legal issues to be aware of with regard to advertising with a focus on basic advertising rules, common advertising techniques and intellectual property issues.

Are You Covered? Understanding Vendor Endorsements

This webinar will provide an overview of the Additional Insured endorsement (also known as vendor endorsement) in a standard Commercial General Liability (“CGL”) insurance policy.

Are You Covered? Understanding Vendor Endorsements

This webinar will provide an overview of the Additional Insured endorsement (also known as vendor endorsement) in a standard Commercial General Liability (“CGL”) insurance policy.

’Square Peg’ Lawyers and ‘Round Hole’ Ethics: Twelve Legal Ethics Issues for In-House Lawyers (and Outside Counsel Who Assist Them)

"Square Peg" Lawyers and "Round Hole" Ethics - by Bruce Johnson, Partner at Davis Wright Tremaine LLP, presented the ethical issues confronting in-house counsel in a number of areas.

Protecting Your Brand in the Digital Supply Chain

The Trustworthy Accountability Group (TAG) is an industry initiative to combat fraud and promote brand safety through greater transparency in the digital ad space.

Effectively Negotiating Sports and Entertainment Sponsorships

Legal professionals from Verizon and the NFL discussed the current sports and entertainment sponsorship landscape.

Privacy Contracts: What Happens When Things Go Wrong

Legal experts discussed best practices for addressing and managing a customer data breach.

Celebrity and Brand Ambassador Arrangements

Legal professionals discussed the latest developments in brand/celebrity agreements, and shared best practices for both parties.

Negotiating Advertising Agency/Client Contracts

Legal professionals from brands and agencies discussed the evolution of the client/agency contract.

Music, Video, and Creative Rights Deals

Dick’s Sporting Goods discussed key issues and best practices regarding the licensing and use of content.

What's The Deal With Native Advertising (And Why, Oh Why, Should You Care)?

This webinar did a deep dive into the issues surrounding native advertising, synthesizing relevant precedent and guidance from the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and the NAD and examining some of the most common native advertising formats in use today.

Agency/Media Contract Agreement Toolkit

Service and agency agreements from Douglas J. Wood and Reed Smith LLP.

Legal Affairs Committee Update: April 2015

A review of current State Legislation, Regulatory and Enforcement matters that will affect your/your clients' business. Presented by Davis & Gilbert LLP.

Is the Advertising Ecosystem on the Edge of Armageddon?

Doug Wood, partner at Reed Smith LLP, discussed a number of urgent marketing issues, including bot fraud, native advertising, and programmatic buying.

What the New Political Reality Means for Advertisers

The new GOP-led Congress has arrived, promising to break the gridlock in Washington. Get an analysis of what all this means for the advertising industry.

Laboratories of Democracy: State Privacy and Security Initiatives

In the past few years, issues such as data breach notification, location tracking, and the use or disclosure of student data for advertising purposes have loomed large. This session will focus on the considerable ongoing activity at the state level.

What Do Consumers Think? Using Online Surveys to Demonstrate Implied Claims

David G. Mallen, co-chair of advertising disputes at Loeb & Loeb LLP, Kelsey Joyce, senior director of legal affairs at T-Mobile USA, and Hal L. Poret, senior vice president at ORC International, discussed how to use surveys when challenging implied advertising claims at the National Advertising Division of the Better Business Bureau.

The Natives are Restless: Legal Perspectives on Native Advertising

John P. Feldman, partner at Reed Smith LLP, Laura M. Sullivan, staff attorney, Division of Advertising Practices at the Federal Trade Commission, and Rebecca Tushnet, professor of law at Georgetown University Law Center, discussed the legal issues associated with native advertising.

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