|Faculty:||David Klein, Sean Moynihan, David Rimas|
|Production Date:||November 30 2009|
In 2003, Congress enacted the Controlling the Assault of Non-Solicited Pornography And Marketing ("CAN-SPAM") Act in an attempt to curb the sending of unsolicited commercial e-mails or "spam." Join attorneys David Klein, David Rimas, and Sean Moynihan for a compelling discussion on the diverse and intricate components of the law, its historical development, and the recent developments in litigation that have occurred as a result of its enactment. Focus areas include matters of compliance, injunctive relief, the various state laws that further impact e-mail marketers, and the FTC's final discretionary rules in relation to CAN-SPAM.
I. Pre CAN-SPAM Act
II. CAN-SPAM Act
III. Post-CAN SPAM Act
IV: Strategy & Recent CAN-SPAM Litigation
Gregory (Brooklyn, NY)
Tonye (Denver, CO)
Cher (Henderson, NV)
Perfect for the modern legal world.
Andrew (Virginia Beach, VA)
A little dry but informative
Thomas (Washington, DC)
This lecture is excellent. I have already recommended it to a colleague.
Raymond (Anaheim, CA)
good overview and presented well
G. Justin (Marina del Rey, CA)
Great breadth & depth!
William (Lake Forest, IL)
Very knowledgeable presenters.
Nilgun (Aurora, IL)
Robert (Alexandria, VA)
Valuable and informative presentation in this age of electronic communication.