David Klein

David Klein is one of the most recognized attorneys in the technology, Internet marketing, sweepstakes, and telecommunications fields. Skilled at counseling clients on a broad range of technology-related matters, David Klein has substantial experience in negotiating and drafting complex licensing, marketing and Internet agreements.

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NutraClick Penalized $1.04 Million for Continuity Plan Law Violations

The Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) will refund over $973,000 to consumers who were enrolled in continuity plans with NutraClick, LLC (“NutraClick”). The settlement fund comes from $1.04 million that NutraClick agreed to pay to settle a lawsuit brought by the FTC. In the lawsuit, the FTC alleged that NutraClick violated federal law by misleading consumers …

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Influencer Marketing 101: The Basics

Influencer marketing is a form of social media marketing involving endorsements and product placement provided by influencers — people and organizations who have a purported expert level of knowledge or social influence in their field. To put it simply, companies hire individuals with a large social media following to promote products/services through their personal accounts. …

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Sweepstakes Law: Money for Nothing, Album for Free?

The marketing industry continues to generate interest in various brands, products, and services by offering unique and engaging sweepstakes promotions. Companies design contests to reach all kinds of consumers, including music aficionados. Take the new Dire Straits sweepstakes: the band is giving away multiple copies of its soon-to-be released digitally remastered, “Money for Nothing” album …

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Compliance with California’s Continuity Laws

Over the past several years, consumer spending on subscription services has reached an all-time high. To further regulate the industry, California made significant changes to its Automatic Renewal Law (“ARL”). The ARL imposes substantial information, notice, and consent requirements on businesses that offer continuous service plans to California consumers. The most recent amendment became law …

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New York Gambling Advertising Laws to Change?

Just one year ago, online sports betting launched in New York State. Throughout 2022, New York set sports gambling tax revenue records, outperforming every other state in the Nation. According to Governor Kathy Hochul, New York generated an unprecedented $73 million in mobile sports wagering tax revenue during the month of September, 2022 alone. Furthermore, …

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Draft Colorado Privacy Act Rules Undergoing Revision

On July 7, 2021, Governor Jared Polis signed the Colorado Privacy Act (“CPA”) into law. The CPA tasked the Colorado Attorney General with implementing and enforcing the CPA, including adopting new rules (“Rules”). As readers of our blog know, the CPA is a part of the State of Colorado’s Consumer Protection Act. As states enact …

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Sports Gambling Marketing’s New Market: Ohio!

On January 1, 2023, a new law went into effect that legalizes sports gambling at brick-and-mortar locations, and via the Internet and mobile devices in the State of Ohio. Unsurprisingly, sports gambling marketing in Ohio has begun with a vengeance. Because this is a new law, in a new jurisdiction, companies will need to ensure …

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