Loeb & Loeb LLP is proud to be a sponsor of the 2013 NAD and CARU Annual Conferences, where partner Kenneth Florin will be speaking on a panel at the CARU Conference titled, "It’s 3:00 p.m., Who’s Watching the Kids’ Online Behavior?"
From the conference website:
NAD Annual Conference:
What's New in Advertising Law, Claim Support and Self-Regulation?
Expert speakers will examine legal trends and address key issues in advertising claim substantiation, use of survey evidence, digital disclosures, advertising in social media, FTC Enforcement priorities and much more. The conference will provide attendees with practical guidance to enhance their use of the advertising industry's self-regulatory forum.
CARU Annual Conference:
Expert panelists will consider challenging issues presently facing the Children's Advertising Industry, focusing on how technology has changed the way companies market their products to children in the US and abroad. A significant emphasis will be placed on the changes to the FTC's COPPA Rule, including discussions on how companies are changing their online privacy practices in light of these changes.
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM - It’s 3:00 p.m., Who’s Watching the Kids’ Online Behavior?
These days, children are online for homework, for communicating, and for fun! How can we make sure that regulatory compliance is met when engaging in OBA? Join industry experts as they examine the effectiveness and the challenges of OBA initiatives, and develop a tight grasp on the rules and regulations surrounding this area.