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Friel, Goldstein and Hoffman Speak at Brand Activation Association Annual Conference

News / November 29, 2017

Partners Alan Friel, Linda Goldstein and Craig Hoffman spoke at Association of National Advertisers/Brand Activation Association 2017 Marketing Law Conference, Nov. 13 - 15, 2017, in Chicago. Friel was co-moderator for the session, “Connected and Dissected – The Cross-Device Ecosystem, the Internet of Things & the Role of Regulation.” Goldstein presented “Year in Review, Sweepstakes, Contests, Privacy, Digital & Social Media.” Hoffman moderated the panel “Shakedown Street: Cyber Extortion, Data Breach and the Business of Bitcoin.”

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