Please join us in New York, NY (or virtually) for the Association of National Advertisers (ANA) Law 1-Day Conference on June 26th. Team SPB will cover a variety of privacy topics affecting the advertising and marketing industry, including consumer privacy compliance, data assessments and advertising enforcement actions and class actions. Register soon because in-person space is limited.   

Team SPB panelists are Alan Friel, Julia Jacobson, Marisol Mork, Kristin Bryan, Stacy Swanson, Kyle Dull, and Sasha Kiosse, joined by industry leaders from Ankura Consulting Group, BECU, Curacity, and TikTok.

Use the code LAWCODE24 to receive complimentary registration  
June 26, 2024
11:30am – 3:45pm EST
Networking reception to follow, co-sponsored by Squire Patton Boggs and Ankura!
ANA Headquarters
155 E 44th Street, 8th Floor
New York, NY 10017

CLE Credit will be available. Attendees can self-submit for IAPP CPE credits here for the sessions (excluding the sports marketing session).

This session will delve into the evolving landscape of U.S. state laws that mandate data practice risk assessments to evaluate and mitigate risks associated with processing personal data. Panelists, consisting of lawyers and privacy consultants, will offer insights into these developments and share their unique perspectives on compliance challenges and strategies. The discussion will also include a comparative analysis of the U.S. framework with Europe and explore evolving best practices, including strategies for effectively implementing assessment programs. Use of information governance software programs for integrating data inventories, assessments and management will be demonstrated.
This session will focus on how the explosion of privacy laws affects digital advertising, including the 19 (and counting) state consumer privacy laws, the proposed federal American Privacy Rights Act (APRA), Colorado’s new AI law, and state consumer health data laws. The discussion will include a review of the level of notice and choice required and treatment of sensitive data,  as well as federal policy perspectives on privacy and digital advertising.
This session will cover recent advertising enforcement actions, guidance and rulemaking developments, including the FTC expansion of the scope of sensitive information and the need for express affirmative consent to use and disclose it for advertising purposes, as well as arbitration issues and litigation cases under the California Invasion of Privacy Act (and other state laws) regarding pixels. Finally, we will discuss cyber security developments and key takeaways for businesses to consider.
Additional panels will focus on child and teen advertising and how brands can leverage sporting events for marketing purposes. View full agenda here.
Immediately following the last session, we will be hosting a networking reception at ANA Headquarters, co-sponsored by Squire Patton Boggs and Ankura.
Use the code LAWCODE24 to receive complimentary registration