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Navigating Ad Claims: Episode 3 with Pamela Deese of Arent Fox

Beyond the Shelf

This week on Beyond the Shelf, we finish our conversation with Pamela Deese, Partner at Arent Fox in Washington DC. Last week, in episode 2, we discussed what happens when brands make claims that are not or cannot be substantiated, and how ad claim laws and regulations apply to social media advertising. This week is all about awards and certifications, including how brands can earn them, how they may be used in marketing, and why you should never create your own certification program. We also touched on how advertisers (and your legal teams) can keep up with recent NAD rulings, and why it's important to do so.If you would like to listen to the previous episodes of our series Navigating Ad Claims with Pamela Deese, you can stream them all on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, and iHeartRadio – or wherever you get your episodes. If you enjoyed the series, please subscribe/follow to Beyond the Shelf on your preferred podcast platform and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts.What did you think about the episode? Let us know by tagging us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedInBeyond the Shelf dives into the food and beverage industry with guests from all corners of the business including founders/CEO’s, marketers, chefs, dietitians, researchers, and other influencers. Topics range from retail and production trends to expert tips on marketing to inspiring stories from growing companies, popular chefs, and much more! From ChefsBest – taste and quality experts in the food and beverage industry.Disclaimer: The information provided in this podcast episode does not, and is not intended to, constitute legal advice; instead, all information, content, and materials available within this episode and promotional material are for general informational purposes only. Information within this episode may not constitute the most up-to-date legal or other information. Listeners of this episode should contact their attorney to obtain advice with respect to any particular legal matter. No reader, user, or browser of this site should act or refrain from acting on the basis of information on this site without first seeking legal advice from counsel in the relevant jurisdiction.

32mins

19 May 2021

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Navigating Ad Claims: Episode 2 with Pamela Deese of Arent Fox

Beyond the Shelf

This week on Beyond the Shelf, we continue our conversation with Pamela Deese, Partner at Arent Fox. In last week's episode, Pam gave us an overview of what ad claims are, who makes them, and what is needed to make them. This week, we discussed what happens when brands make claims that are not or cannot be substantiated. Pam shares how the National Advertising Division (NAD) of the Better Business Bureau works, and what brands need to know about the laws and regulations surrounding advertising claims. Also in the episode, we spoke about how social media factors into existing advertising laws, and why it's important that Social Media Managers at food & beverage companies should be trained on how to make accurate ad claims.On next week’s episode of Beyond the Shelf, we finish our conversation with Pamela Deese by discussing how awards and certifications can be used properly in advertising, as well as a few recent NAD rulings that advertisers and marketers should be aware of. To be notified when the next episode is live, please subscribe to Beyond the Shelf on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, and iHeartRadio – or wherever you get your episodes.What did you think about the episode? Let us know by tagging us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedInBeyond the Shelf dives into the food and beverage industry with guests from all corners of the business including founders/CEO’s, marketers, chefs, dietitians, researchers, and other influencers. Topics range from retail and production trends to expert tips on marketing to inspiring stories from growing companies, popular chefs, and much more! From ChefsBest – taste and quality experts in the food and beverage industry.Disclaimer: The information provided in this podcast episode does not, and is not intended to, constitute legal advice; instead, all information, content, and materials available within this episode and promotional material are for general informational purposes only. Information within this episode may not constitute the most up-to-date legal or other information. Listeners of this episode should contact their attorney to obtain advice with respect to any particular legal matter.  No reader, user, or browser of this site should act or refrain from acting on the basis of information on this site without first seeking legal advice from counsel in the relevant jurisdiction.

37mins

12 May 2021

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WorldSmart: A Conversation with Arent Fox Managing Partner Cristina Carvalho

Arent Fox Legal Podcasts

In the most recent podcast of WorldSmart, Arent Fox Managing Partner Cristina Carvalho sits down with AF International Co-Chairs Malcolm McNeil and Hunter Carter for a lively, yet informative, conversation that focuses on both Cristina’s role as Managing Partner and Arent Fox's globally ranked Trademark Practice.

31mins

6 May 2021

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Navigating Ad Claims: Episode 1 with Pamela Deese of Arent Fox

Beyond the Shelf

This week on Beyond the Shelf, we are extremely excited to release the first episode of a 3-part series on Navigating Ad Claims with Pamela Deese, Partner at Arent Fox in Washington D.C. In this first episode, Pam gave us an overview of what types of claims can be made in advertising, who makes them, and what is needed to make them. She also breaks down the process that food & beverage brands need to consider before making any sort of claim in their marketing materials and touched upon what happens if a claim is made without proper substantiation. On next week's episode of Beyond the Shelf, we continue our conversation with Pamela Deese by discussing some of the possible legal ramifications of making unsubstantiated ad claims, as well as how social media and digital marketing fit into the current laws and regulations regarding advertising. To be notified when the next episode is live, please subscribe to Beyond the Shelf on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, and iHeartRadio – or wherever you get your episodes. What did you think about the episode? Let us know by tagging us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn @chefsbestIf you are interested in being a guest on Beyond the Shelf, please email us at info@chefsbest.comDisclaimer: The information provided in this podcast episode does not, and is not intended to, constitute legal advice; instead, all information, content, and materials available within this episode and promotional material are for general informational purposes only. Information within this episode may not constitute the most up-to-date legal or other information. Listeners of this episode should contact their attorney to obtain advice with respect to any particular legal matter.  No reader, user, or browser of this site should act or refrain from acting on the basis of information on this site without first seeking legal advice from counsel in the relevant jurisdiction.

26mins

5 May 2021

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Women's Empowerment in Intellectual Property (2nd episode with Cristina Carvalho, Managing Partner, Arent Fox, initially posted in March 2020)

Brand & New

We’re bringing back our interview with Cristina Carvalho, managing partner of Arent Fox LLP, a law firm based in Washington, D.C., USA—in honor of International Women’s Day, March 8, 2021, and to mark the newly released INTA’s The Women’s LeadershIP Report and Best Practices Toolkit.In this episode, which originally aired March 31, 2020 as part of Brand & New’s Women’s Empowerment in IP series, Ms. Carvalho discusses the challenges she faced to raise to the top, the pivotal role of women mentoring programs, and what it means to be one of the most powerful women in Washington, D.C.  Her thoughts align with key findings of The Women’s LeadershIP Report and Best Practices Toolkit. Among the findings, the Report found that while an increasing number of women are entering the legal field, particularly in IP, women are under-represented in the IP sector, particularly in leadership positions. Mentoring programs are one of the recommendations to fill the gap.Every two weeks, on Tuesday, Brand & New gives the floor to inspiring individuals, with a 360-degree vision, to help brand owners, intellectual property lawyers, and marketing and finance professionals (and beyond!) stay curious and agile in an ever-evolving business environment. Brand & New is a production of the International Trademark AssociationHosted by Audrey Dauvet - Contribution of M. Halle & S. Lagedamond - Music by JD BeatsFOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT INTA.ORGTo go further:About Cristina Carvalho (link to https://www.arentfox.com/attorneys/cristina-carvalho)Also of interest:- The Women’s LeadershIP Report and Best Practices Toolkit  (link: https://www.inta.org/perspectives/the-womens-leadership-initiative/)-  March 8, 2021 INTA Discussion Forum: Championing Women Leaders—the Road Forward (link to: https://www.inta.org/events/championing-women-leaders-the-road-forward/) - INTA Daily News: Inclusion—A Must for Brands (link to: https://newtonmedia.foleon.com/inta-daily-news/day-4/inclusion-a-must-for-brands/)- INTA Daily News: Diversity Champions—Walking the Walk (link to: https://newtonmedia.foleon.com/inta-daily-news/day-4/diversity-champions/)- INTA Bulletin: Brands, Diversity, and Inclusion—An Interview with Ty Lord (link to: https://www.inta.org/perspectives/brands-diversity-and-inclusion-interview-with-ty-lord/- Brand & New podcast (March 8, 2020): International Women’s Day : Women’s Empowerment in Intellectual Property  (link to: https://www.inta.org/Programs/Pages/Podcasts.aspx)- Forbes.com: "How IP rights empower women" (link to https://www.forbes.com/sites/lorenzomontanari/2018/04/26/how-ip-rights-empower-women/#7f464a296e73)

20mins

2 Mar 2021

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"Birgit Matthiesen with Arent Fox: Trade and Tariff Update"

Supply Chain Now

"Birgit Matthiesen with Arent Fox: Trade & Tariff Update”Supply Chain Now Radio, Episode 165Live from the 2019 SCAC AIAG Supply Chain & Quality ConferenceIn Charleston, South CarolinaThis episode of SCNR features Birgit Matthiesen. Birgit serves as Director, North America Manufacturing with Arent Fox. Birgit serves on the advisory board of Global Business Dialogue of Washington DC and has authored numerous articles on trade related policies for media publications. Along with her colleague, David Hamill, Birgit is often asked to provide her trade insight and analysis for industry webinars and executive-level presentations. A complete list of her recent publications and events can be viewed by clicking on the newsroom tab on the Arent Fox website. Birgit’s widely read “Travels in Canada” are designed to provide readers with both a timely but broader perspective of developing US trade policy. Birgit is a frequent speaker on the NAFTA renegotiations, and works with clients on how they can best position themselves to minimize risks and create competitive opportunities through compliance and understanding of the NAFTA. Birgit's specialties reflect a career building a network of cross-border interests in North America. She previously served as the US Special Advisor to the President and CEO of Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters (CME) and prior to this role, she served on the Trade and Economic Policy staff at the Embassy of Canada in Washington, DC. At the Embassy, Birgit provided advice to companies in North America on the NAFTA implementing rules, interpretation of policy and enforcement targeting. Learn more about Arent Fox here: https://www.arentfox.com/ This episode was hosted by Greg White, Scott Luton, and Beau Groover of The Effective Syndicate at the AIAG SCAC Supply Chain & Quality Conference in Charleston, SC. For more information, please visit our dedicated show page at: www.supplychiannowradio.com/episode-165

30mins

25 Sep 2019

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Crossing Party Lines with Fintech Foxes Jon Bouker, Dan Renberg and Kate Flocken of Arent Fox

Barefoot Innovation Podcast

Amidst all the collective angst about our political discourse, I found myself, one afternoon last fall, in a meeting with the leadership team of the government affairs group at the law firm, Arent Fox. One partner, Jon Bouker, is a Democrat. Another, Dan Renberg, is a Republican. And as we talked, they kept making me laugh. Watching them interact, watching them brainstorm together, watching them riff on each other’s points, I realized we could all use a little more of whatever makes them effective. So I asked them to come on the show, along with fintech expert Kate Flocken from the firm’s emerging technologies group, to share with you, our listeners, the secrets of how to get things done in a polarized and partisan environment.

1hr 5mins

6 Feb 2019

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The rise of stadium naming rights deals in US Sports - interview with Richard Brand, Arent Fox #38

LawInSport - Sports Law Podcast

Naming rights are not just for national leagues – now college teams, training facilities, and local stadiums are considering selling these rights. In this podcast Rich Brand, a leading sports lawyer... In this podcast Sean Cottrell, CEO and founder of LawInSport, interviews leading sports lawyers, business executives, academics and athletes about the latest issues and legal developments in the world of sport.

41mins

18 Oct 2016

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Arent Fox

Strategic Investor Radio

Listen to Deborah Froling, attorney with Arent Fox in Washington D.C., discuss the legal environment of the Direct Investment industry. Deborah is a former SEC attorney and discusses the changing world of regulation in the direct investment industry. This interview was taken at the annual ADISA conference.

5mins

22 Feb 2016

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SXSW 2014: Paul M. Fakler, Partner at Arent Fox LLP

Andrea Leonelli from Digital Music Trends interviews Paul M. Fakler from Arent Fox LLP 01:00 Let’s talk about your SXSW Session which was focused on the history of compulsory rates and rate courts. 04;24 Are rates unsustainable? 05:10 So publishers want their rates increased but master owners do not want theirs lowered, and in a context where service providers are mostly operating at a loss that makes for a tough situation right? 08:40 Paul explains how the rates ended up being so high for internet radio services. 10:04 Do you think that if the rates were lowered that would lead to a more sustainable ecosystem? 11:10 We talk about ASCAP and BMI’s rate courts, what are the latest developments? 16:00 Paul talks about selective withdrawal or rights by music publishers. 17:40 But Selective withdrawal is going to have a negative impact on smaller publishers right? 19:10 Are the big publishers ever going to be happy if they have to stay with ASCAP and BMI for their digital rights? 21:00 Paul talks about lobbying efforts to get the Consent Decree changed. 24:20 Paul covers the problem of pre-1972 sound recordings and the issues around pre-1972 recordings that have been registered as “remastered” works to grant them federal protection. The post SXSW 2014: Paul M. Fakler, Partner at Arent Fox LLP appeared first on Digital Music Trends.

27 Mar 2014