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Lynn R. Fiorentino, Anthony V. Lupo, Brian P. Waldman, Dan Jasnow, Tenese L. Lockhart
Many of us are familiar with the triangular “chasing arrows” recycling symbol that can be found on products and packaging
Anthony V. Lupo, Danielle W. Bulger, Sarah Alberstein
The United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit recently affirmed a decision by the District Court for the Southern District of New York, finding that refurbished antique watches retaining an original manufacturer’s trademark and sold by a third-party defendant were not infringing.
Consumer Financial Services Partner Jenny Lee recently spoke with American Banker reporter Kate Berry about key enforcement issues surrounding the newly led Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
J.H. Jennifer Lee
The US policy behind this mandate is consistent with the desire to encourage open banking standards, albeit in a more piecemeal fashion than what has already been done in the UK.
Pamela M. Deese, Anjelica L. Fuccillo, Justin A. Goldberg
In a move that significantly departs from the NCAA’s strict stance against college athletes’ ability to capitalize on their name, image, and likeness (NIL), the NCAA Board of Directors approved interim policy changes on Wednesday, June 30, 2021, which suspend NCAA enforcement of NIL rule violations
Karen Ellis Carr, Dan Jasnow
Carbon-reduction claims, such as “carbon neutral” and claims about lower “carbon footprints,” are proliferating in the marketplace. Many of these advertising claims are based on the purchase of carbon credits, an environmental asset that represents a verifiable reduction in carbon dioxide (or other
April 20, 2021
J.H. Jennifer Lee
Join Arent Fox Partner Jenny Lee as she speaks at the ABA’s Business Law Virtual Spring Meeting.
Eva J. Pulliam, Christine Chong
Headlines that Matter for Privacy and Data Security.
Karen Ellis Carr, Dan Jasnow
Carbon-reduction claims, such as “carbon neutral” and claims about lower “carbon footprints,” are proliferating in the marketplace.
Anthony V. Lupo, Dan Jasnow, Sarah Alberstein
In an attempt to align with their clients' values, fashion companies have tried to manufacture and produce clothing that is ethically made and sustainable.
Jay L. Halpern, Dan Jasnow
With so much uncertainty, many brands are opting for a wait-and-see approach to social media advertising, though the approaches differ considerably from platform to platform.
J.H. Jennifer Lee, Jake Christensen
The Trump era of the last four years is regarded in the popular press as one of federal deregulation, and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, which will commemorate the eleventh anniversary of its founding later this year, was often viewed as no exception.
J.H. Jennifer Lee
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (Bureau or CFPB) has recently issued a formal proposal for a national regulatory standard governing companies’ handling of consumer data and their privacy rights with respect to financial data.
J.H. Jennifer Lee
This week on The CardLinx Association's Fin-Tech Friday Podcast, Arent Fox Partner Jenny Lee discusses how the major developments transpiring in financial data and privacy regulations will impact business.
J.H. Jennifer Lee, Jake Christensen
This article was originally published in The Banking Law Journal.
On July 16, 2020, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) published a proposed rule for “Made in the USA” (MUSA) claims for labels in the United States.
Eva J. Pulliam, Christine Chong
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) went into effect January 1, 2020 and Attorney General enforcement began July 1, 2020.
J.H. Jennifer Lee, Deborah DiVerdi Carlson, Jake Christensen
The new bill, which follows April 23, 2020 legislation aimed at opening COVID-19 emergency response funding to cannabis businesses, offers a previously unclear path forward for financial services to the cannabis industry by amending the current restrictive regulatory framework on banking.
J.H. Jennifer Lee, Steven S. Broadley
On May 6, 2020, Judge Richard G. Stearns of the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts put the brakes on an attempt by Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey to alter the relationship between collectors and consumer debtors during the COVID-19 pandemic. 
J.H. Jennifer Lee, Jake Christensen
It feels like only yesterday that we were discussing the seminal 2018 DC Circuit case, PHH Corp. v. CFPB, the first decision to uphold the constitutionality of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB or Bureau).
Anthony V. Lupo, Matthew R. Mills, Dan Jasnow
During a time of financial uncertainty and fear for public health, many companies are stepping up to donate time and funds to industries and workers who are on the font-lines. But as clothing brand Draper James recently discovered, good intentions don’t always lead to good outcomes.
J.H. Jennifer Lee, Jake Christensen, Shelby A. Cummings
The case reveals the Trump administration’s express recognition of the importance of the bureau’s work and highlights the declining ability of companies to challenge bureau investigations on constitutional grounds.
J.H. Jennifer Lee, Shelby A. Cummings
The result of such denials was not just academic; as a practical matter, they have paved the way forward for the Bureau to continue its investigatory work over the constitutional objections asserted by regulated entities. 
Eva J. Pulliam, Christine Chong
The European Data Protection Board (EDPB), an independent body that promotes cooperation and consistent application of data protection rules throughout the European Union, has released draft guidelines on connected vehicles and mobility-related applications.
J.H. Jennifer Lee, Jake Christensen
As the COVID-19 pandemic reaches further into all corners of the United States, a bevy of federal, state, and local emergency orders aimed at slowing the outbreak’s spread continues to impact an increasing number of industries and workers.