Caroline Hudson focuses her practice on marketing, promotions, and privacy matters, and advises clients on the latest developments in intellectual property law, digital advertising, social media platforms, and mobile devices. Caroline also leverages her knowledge of key legal considerations relevant to the food, beverage, and dietary supplements industries to provide guidance on labeling, claim substantiation questions, and other regulatory issues.
Caroline regularly advises brands, advertising agencies, and media and technology companies on sweepstakes, contests, advertising clearance, and claim substantiation, as well as issues involving social media and user-generated content. She has extensive experience negotiating talent, sponsorship, licensing, and media technology agreements. In addition, Caroline represents clients in disputes before the National Advertising Division (NAD), the Online Interest-Based Advertising Accountability Program (OIBAAP), and broadcast television networks.
Drawing on her experience with food, beverages, and dietary supplements, Caroline routinely advises clients in these industries on labeling regulations, claim substantiation, disclosures, and web/social media engagement. Caroline’s review of advertising and labeling materials includes guidance and consultation on regulatory requirements and false advertising class actions brought under various state consumer protection laws.
- University of Michigan Law School, J.D., magna cum laude, Order of the Coif, Note Editor, Michigan Journal of International Law
- University of Notre Dame, B.A., magna cum laude
- U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois