Doug Wood

Recent content by this author:

  • It's Not Just the Russians

    Blogs   June 11, 2021  

    Bad actors have plagued digital media since clicks first became the currency of the internet upon which brands have now paid billions to an opaque supply chain. But everyone knows that. Right?

  • President Trump's Executive Order on Social Media Platform Censorship

    Blogs   June 3, 2020  

    Douglas J. Wood, general counsel for the ANA and a partner at Reed Smith, shares his thoughts on President Trump’s Executive Order on Preventing Online Censorship, his call for reform under the Communications Decency Act, and the importance of the First Amendment.

  • Growth in 2019: A Legal Perspective

    Blogs   January 2, 2019  

    Doug Wood of Reed Smith provides an outlook on legal challenges marketers who care about growth need to keep in mind in 2019.

  • One Small Step Toward Trust

    Blogs   November 19, 2018  

    The U.S. Department of Justice has suspended an investigation into production practices in the advertising industry. Reed Smith's Doug Wood outlines two things advertisers should keep in mind in light of the news.

  • The Fog of Trust and Transparency Continues

    Blogs   April 27, 2018  

    In part two of "The Fog of Trust and Transparency," Reed Smith's Doug Wood explains the industry changes that ultimately led to a breakdown in trust and a spike in media reviews.

  • The Fog of Trust and Transparency

    Blogs   April 25, 2018  

    Two years after the ANA released the K2 Intelligence investigation of non-transparent practices in the media buying industry, Reed Smith's Doug Wood looks back at advertising's relationship with trust and transparency over the years.

  • The Harbingers of 2018

    Industry Insights   January 9, 2018  

    The top 10 legal pitfalls marketing will face in 2018, and what they mean for advertisers.

  • ANA Report on Media Transparency: One Year Later

    Blogs   July 19, 2017  

    On the one-year anniversary of the ANA's landmark study and subsequent recommendations on media transparency, it's time to review the issues in this ongoing debate and see where we stand today.