"Doing Business in California: Consumer Class Actions and Recent Regulatory Developments," Webinar, February 2017
Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton hosted a one-hour webinar during which Partner Nancy Stagg provided an overview of the current California consumer class action and regulatory landscape for retailers and other consumer goods and services providers doing business in California. Topics covered included “Made in USA” litigation, sale price advertising, privacy and data breach developments, Proposition 65 litigation, Consumer Legal Remedies Act claims, and California Attorney General and local district attorney civil enforcement actions against retailers.
Tuesday, February 28, 2017
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