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The firm’s active Advertising and Consumer Protection practice advises consumer-facing companies in a broad range of industries from engineering and manufacturing products and services to web-based businesses. We advise clients and successfully navigate government investigations on advertising, marketing and consumer product safety issues, including matters before the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), Food & Drug Administration, and State Attorneys General.

Our expert team includes attorneys with significant government experience, including a former FTC Commissioner, a former Deputy General Counsel of the FTC, and an Assistant Director and Chief of Staff in the FTC Bureau of Consumer Protection. In addition, clients in this area benefit from our close coordination with experts throughout the firm in food and drug law, financial services, branding issues, the FCC, trademark and intellectual property, and privacy and data security. As needed, we also coordinate with our Public Policy team for their expertise with legislators and regulators, as well as litigators with significant trial experience.

The firm has extensive experience in California Proposition 65 and other regulations addressing chemicals, including OSHA, FHSA, and TSCA. Our work includes counseling clients on legislative, regulatory, and product stewardship and packaging matters, as well as responding to “60-day” letters and the litigation and trial of Proposition 65 matters.