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Blogging (or Live-Blogging) at the ABA Spring Antitrust Meeting

April 16, 2010 Leave a comment

Depending on wireless access, I will either be blogging or live-blogging certain tracks of the 2010 ABA Spring Antitrust Meeting, which will be held next week, April 21 – 23, in Washington DC.  The posts will appear on the ABA’s Secure Times blog and here, at the Balancing Act.

Please check back here on April 21st – I look forward to your review of my posts and of course, I always welcome comments!

The consumer protection and private advertising tracks for this year’s ABA Spring Antitrust Conference are laid out below:

Wednesday:

8:45-11:45: Antitrust and Consumer Protection Fundamentals

9:00-10:30: Handling State Attorney General Advertising Cases: Substantive & Procedural Questions

10:45-12: It’s Not Easy Being Green: Environmental Claims, Standards and Deception (this session with focus on  third-party certification)

2-3:30 Administrative Litigation at the FTC – Navigating the Shifting Procedural Waters

2-3:30 Is Nothing Typical?  Applying the New Standards in the Revised FTC Testimonial Guides

3:34-5:15 Economics & Consumer Protection Law

3:45-5:15 False Claims of IP Protection: Competition & Consumer Protection Perspectives

Thursday:

8:15-9:45: Consumer Financial Protection:  Assessing the New Landscape

8:15-9:45: False Advertising Litigation: The Lanham Act Preliminary Injunction Hearing

1:30-3: Enforcement Priorities in Advertising Law

Friday:

8:15-9:45: Changing Standards for Certifying Class Actions (the panel will address both antitrust and consumer protection standards)

8:15-9:45: Security & Privacy in the Cloud: Developing the Right Framework for Service Providers, Business customers, and Consumers

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