One of the most stringent anti-spam laws every enacted is set to take effect in Canada on July 1, 2014.
Speakers will examine some of the economic drivers of the “business of IP,” who should own what, and how the balance of interests differ among these sometimes disparate players.
The FTC has announced six concerns it will look at in 2014 and beyond as it focuses on consumer protection – mobile tracking in retail stores, predictive scoring, mobile payments, the Internet of things, COPPA, and data security.
This presentation will open the door to some new ideas with strategies that work to dismiss cases and leverage the facts to best defeat jurisdiction.
This session will explore the developing interaction between litigation and self-regulation, with particular emphasis on the rise in consumer class actions and CLRA demand letters following the issuance of NAD decisions.