Generating Leads Legally: Regulatory and Litigation Quick Hits
Venable hosted another jam-packed session on the regulatory and litigation risks facing the lead generation industry today, and strategies for mitigating them. In the webinar, Daniel Blynn, Alexandra Megaris, and Jonathan Pompan covered federal and state law enforcement priorities; TCPA, legislative, licensing, and regulatory developments; and more.
FTC's Spring Open Meeting Brings Potential Rule Changes and Plea to Congress
The FTC held its most recent open meeting on Thursday, and two major topics were front and center: potential changes to the Telemarketing Sales Rule (TSR) and a congressional fix to Section 13(b) after the one-year anniversary of AMG Capital Management LLC v. FTC.
Managing Wireless Technologies from Both Ends: FCC Considers Receiver Regulation
As the world moves toward the rollout of fifth-generation, or 5G, wireless technology, the numbers of devices operating in many locations have grown exponentially. The Federal Communications Commission manages the commercial use of the radiofrequency spectrum – those invisible airways on which consumer and commercial wireless devices and networks operate. More wireless devices demand more use of the radio spectrum, leading the FCC to consider how to manage the spectrum more efficiently.
Telemarketing and Texting
Marketing by telephone and text message poses regulatory hurdles and litigation risks that must be considered at the outset of any campaign. Our attorneys are experienced in ensuring compliance with Federal Trade Commission (FTC), Federal Communications Commission (FCC), and state Do-Not-Call (DNC) laws, as well as handling related private litigation and class action lawsuits. Explore this topic and dozens more in the 10th edition of Venable's Advertising Law Tool Kit.