We use cookies to customise content for your subscription and for analytics.
If you continue to browse Lexology, we will assume that you are happy to receive all our cookies. For further information please read our Cookie Policy.

Kelley Drye & Warren LLP

Follow

What Would an Illegal Price Fixing Bot Look Like? Sending Price Fixing Robots to Price Fixer Robot Jail

USA - April 13 2017 A few weeks ago, we looked at price setting bots and whether what they were doing could constitute a violation of the Sherman Act. Generally, we

Leave as a Reasonable Accommodation under the ADA

USA - April 3 2017 In May 2016, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) published “Employer-Provided Leave and the Americans with Disabilities Act” The EEOC

FTC Staff Reminds Brands and Influencers About Disclosure Requirements

USA - April 19 2017 In November, we posted that four consumer groups had sent letters to FTC, encouraging the agency to investigate and bring enforcement actions

Sex, sales and video: the latest gTLD Sunrise Periods

Global - March 18 2015 There are several open gTLD Sunrise Periods that may be of interest to companies in the advertising, entertainment, fashion and retail, and sports

Can employers refuse to cover spouses?

USA - May 4 2015 The Affordable Care Act (“ACA”) requires employers to cover dependents (meaning children) until they turn 26 years old, or pay a penalty. 42 U.S.C.A

Judge Upholds FTC Staff Opinion that Avatar Calls are Prerecorded Messages under TSR

USA - April 25 2017 Yesterday, a D.C. district court upheld a recent opinion letter issued by FTC staff that extended robocalling restrictions to telemarketing calls that

“Hiring Hazard” - NY City Employers May Soon Be Prohibited From Asking Applicants About Salary Histories

USA - April 24 2017 On April 5, 2017, the New York City Council approved a bill which - once signed by the Mayor (a virtual certainty) - will prohibit private employers

Federal Court Defers to Oklahoma Oil and Gas Oversight, Rejects Sierra Club Bid for Federal Regulation

USA - April 24 2017 In 2016, the Sierra Club filed suit in Oklahoma alleging that use of state-permitted deep wastewater injection wells was causing increased seismic

“Geofencing” and Health-Related Targeted Advertising: Massachusetts AG Has Something to Say

USA - April 20 2017 Earlier this month, the Massachusetts Attorney General announced that her office had reached a settlement with a digital advertising company, Copley

FTC Staff Reminds Brands and Influencers About Disclosure Requirements

USA - April 19 2017 In November, we posted that four consumer groups had sent letters to FTC, encouraging the agency to investigate and bring enforcement actions