Kelley Drye & Warren LLP
Practical Law Panel Firm: Commercial
Founded in 1836, Kelley Drye represents some of the world's most accomplished businesses and organizations. The Firm has more than 375 attorneys and professionals throughout offices in New York; Washington, DC; Chicago; Stamford; Parsippany; and Brussels, and an affiliate office in Mumbai.
In more than 20 practice areas, we provide exceptional legal counsel that reflects the extensive experience, proven capabilities and industry expertise for which our attorneys are known. These practice areas include advertising law; antitrust; bankruptcy and restructuring; broker-dealer; corporate; employee benefits and executive compensation; environmental law; financial institutions; government contracts; government relations and public policy; intellectual property; international trade; labor and employment; litigation; private clients; products liability; real estate; site selection; tax; telecommunications; and white collar crime.
Kelley Drye’s Advertising and Marketing practice has a national reputation for excellence. Few firms can match our record in advertising litigation and National Advertising Division (NAD) proceedings, our substantive expertise in the area of advertising, promotions marketing and privacy law, and our experience at the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), the offices of State Attorneys General, the NAD, and the broadcast networks. Kelley Drye has successful, longstanding relationships with clients in a broad range of industries, from communications and technology, to manufacturing and marketing. Our advertising attorneys practice exclusively in this area of law, which provides you with comprehensive legal support as well as greater efficiency for the breadth of your advertising-related legal matters.
We serve an extensive client base, which includes wireless carriers, telecommunication companies, media companies, Internet service providers, consultants, major retailers and direct marketers, as well as manufacturers of computers, dietary supplements, fast food, engine oils, paint, home appliances, sporting goods and other consumer products.
Kelley Drye & Warren LLP has contributed the following resources to Practical Law Commercial:
- Advertising and Promotions in Social Media
- CAN-SPAM Act Compliance
- Cause-Related Marketing by For-Profit Companies Checklist
- Comparative Advertising Law in the US
- FTC Consumer Protection Investigations and Enforcement
- Green Marketing in the US
- Kelley Drye: 'Big Three' Weigh in on Online Privacy: FTC, FCC, and NTIA Testify at Privacy Hearing
- Kelley Drye: Broad Consumer Product Safety Laws Become Effective in Canada and Australia in 2011
- Kelley Drye: CPSC Announces First Civil Penalty Enforcing CPSIA: Daiso Agrees to Create Product Safety Program, to Audit All Products, and to Pay $2 Million Civil Penalty
- Kelley Drye: CPSC Approves Final Rule Imposing Structure for the Publicly-Available Complaint Database
- Kelley Drye: CPSC Approves Final Rule on Civil Penalty Factors
- Kelley Drye: CPSC Issues Proposed Rules Governing Conformity Certificate Testing, Including Requirements for a "Reasonable Testing Program" and Component Part Testing
- Kelley Drye: CPSC Opens Comments on Proposed Consumer Product Safety Information Database
- Kelley Drye: Consumer Product Safety Commission Reporting FAQs
- Kelley Drye: FDA Continues Study of Direct-to-Consumer Television Advertising with Study of Corrective Advertising
- Kelley Drye: FDA Seeks Public Comment on Nutritional Disclosures in Retail Food Outlets
- Kelley Drye: FTC Releases Proposed Changes and New Guidance to The Green Guides
- Kelley Drye: FTC Releases Proposed Framework for Protecting Consumer Privacy
- Kelley Drye: FTC Releases Proposed Revisions to Children's Online Privacy Protection Rule
- Kelley Drye: Food Retailers Face New Calorie Disclosure Requirements
- Kelley Drye: IOM Issues Phase I Report Regarding Front-of-Package Nutrition Rating Systems and Symbols
- Kelley Drye: IRS Issues Guidance on Dependent Coverage Under Medical Plans
- Kelley Drye: Insurance Coverage May Be Available for Recent Business Interruption Losses Suffered as a Result of Volcanic Ash, Flooding, and the Gulf Oil Spill
- Kelley Drye: New Consumer Products Law Provides Limited Relief from Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act Requirements
- Kelley Drye: New York Court of Appeals Decision Could Give Added Life to Life Settlements Industry