Dan Blynn focuses his practice on false advertising and telemarketing litigation, and complex consumer class actions in federal and state courts. Dan assists clients with advertising substantiation investigations, and inquiries from the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and state attorneys general. He also counsels clients on a variety of advertising and telemarketing-related matters. Dan’s clients include trade associations, Fortune 100 companies, dietary supplement companies, marijuana companies, energy companies, home security companies, staffing services companies, cable news networks, calling and text messaging platform providers, and many other large and small businesses.
He regularly represents clients in telemarketing, false advertising, and regulatory litigation brought under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), Federal Trade Commission Act, Lanham Act, Telemarketing Sales Rule (TSR), and state consumer protection laws. He also defends against putative consumer class actions in state and federal courts. In addition, Dan represents clients in competitor challenges before the Better Business Bureau’s National Advertising Division (NAD) self-regulatory body. He has significant experience with electronic discovery and has successfully argued in favor of substantial narrowing of civil discovery and investigative demands from regulators. Dan is regularly recognized by numerous organizations as one of the leading consumer protection defense attorneys in the country, and often speaks and writes on telemarketing and advertising law issues. In early 2022, the Florida legislature cited Dan’s commentary regarding the state’s telemarketing law in the legislative history underlying proposed amendments to the Florida Telephone Solicitation Act.
Dan provides ongoing counsel regarding a variety of related issues, including: