In this webinar, Brinsley Dresden, Partner and Head of Advertising Law at Lewis Silkin will look back at some of the key developments in advertising law and regulation from 2020 and look forward to some of the changes that are anticipated for 2021.
• Influencers: ASA & CMA regulatory developments
• Black Lives Matter: Impact on Advertising
• ASA’s use of tech for age compliance
• Buy Now, Pay Later advertising concerns
• Gender Stereotyping
• Environmental Advertising, Greenwashing & Net Zero
• Further restrictions for HFSS ads?
• What’s coming up in 2021?
Who is this webinar aimed at?
• In-house lawyers
• Regulatory affairs professionals
• Compliance professionals
What will you gain by attending?
Attendees at the seminar gain insights into a range of legal, regulatory, ethical and cultural developments in 2020, as well as further developments that are expected in 2021. This will enable them to advise their businesses more effectively and help to avoid the traps that can lead to wasted costs, lost revenue and reputational damage.
Brinsley’s works divides between advising on regulatory issues with the Advertising Standards Authority, Clearcast, Ofcom and other regulators; commercial advice: drafting and negotiating client/ agency agreements and celebrity talent contracts; content advice for advertising and sales promotion campaigns in the UK and abroad; and dispute resolution, such as third party claims of IP infringement in advertising campaigns. His clients include a wide range of marketing services agencies, including both independent and network agencies, and major brand owners from around the world across a variety of sectors. Brinsley is ranked in Band 1 in for Advertising & Marketing law by Chambers & Partners and the Legal 500 directories, and is the only lawyer included in the Campaign “A-list” of the 500 most influential figures in the UK advertising industry. He is also listed in the Legal 500 Hall of Fame 2021. Chambers Directory 2021 said "Brinsley is a stalwart of the legal advertising industry. He's very experienced.” “He’s a standout and is very well respected.” “He understands the value of law in context rather than in theory. He's very intelligent and is a trusted counsel to us."