Steve Freeland is a member of the firm's national Advertising and Marketing Practice. His practice focuses on solving complex litigation challenges that businesses face in the areas of advertising, consumer protection, telemarketing, intellectual property and antitrust in both business-to-business disputes as well as consumer class actions. He has represented major consumer product companies, retailers, telecommunications companies, fundraisers, companies in the automotive industry, pharmaceutical companies, service providers and trade associations and has appeared in both federal and state trial courts across the country as well as before the International Trade Commission. Mr. Freeland has also represented companies involved in antitrust and consumer protection investigations by the Federal Trade Commission as well as state attorneys general.
Mr. Freeland graduated, magna cum laude, from George Mason School of Law. He earned his undergraduate degree from Marymount University, summa cum laude.
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TCPA is a hot topic - very relevant presentation for my practice area.
Good material and presentation.
He was great. love the joke about Mcdonalds
I mediate cases like this; this class was very informative and spot on with the issues and challenges posed by these cases.
This was very interesting