June 7, 2018
Be the Change: Frankfurt Kurnit’s Third Annual Advertising Law Summit
Changes in advertising law are inevitable. The changes come from regulators and self-regulators. They come from privacy and data security czars. They come from the courts. And they come from technology providers and platforms.
To clear your campaigns with confidence, you need to embrace and master these changes. But how?
Please join Frankfurt Kurnit on June 7th for our Third Annual Advertising Law Summit. We have assembled a group of thought leaders from the FTC, the NAD, and our own ranks to lead interactive discussions about the most challenging legal and transactional issues facing advertisers today. Our aim is to identify the biggest changes and provide practical insights you can use to help your marketing clients ace their KPIs with lower risk.
But wait ... there's more! Attendees will receive lunch, cocktails and up to 5 CLE credits. This complimentary program is offered exclusively to Frankfurt Kurnit clients and friends.
When: June 7, 2018
Time: 12:00 PM
Where: W Hotel New York - Union Square, 201 Park Avenue South, New York, New York
FTC's Advertising Law Enforcement Highlights of 2017-2018
Lesley Fair, Senior Attorney, Federal Trade Commission & Jeffrey A. Greenbaum
New NAD Cases You Need to Know
Laura Brett, Director, National Advertising Division of the Advertising Self-Regulatory Council & Terri Seligman
Legal Strategies for Advertisers Sponsoring or Producing a Big Event
Programmatic Advertising and Software Licensing
S. Gregory Boyd
Paying the Price: Deceptive Pricing Traps to Avoid
Seven Things Every Brand Lawyer Simply Must Know About SAG
Preventing Discrimination and Harassment in the Creative Workplace
Candice Kersh & Wendy Stryker
Rayna Lopyan, Daniel Goldberg, Matt Vittone, Dorian Slater Thomas - moderated by Rick Kurnit
This program has been approved in accordance with the requirements of the New York State Continuing Legal Education Board for a maximum of 5 credit hours in Areas of Professional Practice. (Note: The content of this course is appropriate for both newly admitted and experienced attorneys (non-transitional and transitional)).