Brand Activation Legal Webinar: December 2017
Presenting for the Brand Activation Legal Webinar in December will be Dana Rosenfeld, Kelley Drye & Warren LLP. This webinar will cover recent privacy and data security enforcement and business guidance by the Federal Trade Commission and State Attorneys General. We will apply the lessons learned from these enforcement actions to the implementation of best practices, including privacy and security by design, appropriate notice and consent mechanisms, data security incident plans, data breach management, and vendor relationships.
*** NOTE ALL WEBINARS ARE EASTERN TIME ***
|Begins:||Tuesday, December 12, 2017 at 1:00pm|
|Ends:||Tuesday, December 12, 2017 at 2:00pm|
Dana Rosenfeld, Partner, chairs the firm’s Privacy and Information Security practice. A former assistant director of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Bureau of Consumer Protection and attorney advisor to FTC Chairman Robert Pitofsky, Dana’s practice focuses on all aspects of privacy and data security, advertising and consumer financial protection at the federal and state levels. Dana’s clients, many of whom are involved in emerging technologies such as mobile, Internet of Things and “Big Data” services, include financial services companies, major retailers, direct marketers, consumer product manufacturers and technology and telecommunications companies.
Dana frequently represents clients before the FTC, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) and state attorneys general regarding law enforcement investigations, advocacy in connection with FTC and CFPB rulemaking proceedings, and industry initiatives that require agency engagement on consumer protection regulation, legislation or enforcement. Of particular note, Dana is highlighted in Chambers for bringing “her intimate knowledge of the FTC to bear in advising clients on large-scale investigations.”
In the area of privacy and data security, Dana assists clients in complying with state and federal privacy and information security laws, as well as advises on best practices and self-regulatory programs. Her counsel includes digital marketing programs and interest-based advertising, privacy and data security policies and safeguards programs, special considerations in the collection and use of information from children and students and data breach management. Additionally, Dana defends clients in law enforcement investigations involving privacy and data security issues, and has been successful in obtaining closings or favorable settlements on behalf of companies in myriad industry sectors.
Dana also counsels clients on the full array of advertising law matters. She represents clients in advertising substantiation proceedings and investigations conducted by the FTC and state attorneys general, particularly with regard to environmental marketing, health and safety claims, weight management and price advertising. She assists clients with developing and clearing advertising claims and evaluating competitors’ conduct for potential advertising challenges, and provides advice on the implementation of various advertising techniques, such as native advertising, endorsements and testimonials and mobile marketing.
Furthermore, Dana advises major consumer financial services companies and service providers in connection with FTC and CFPB investigations involving marketing and billing practices, debt collection and data security. Her experience ranges from the Fair Credit Reporting Act compliance, to debt collection practices and regulatory issues affecting various types of payment and stored value cards.