Leanne Gabinelli

Leanne Gabinelli is a staff attorney for ERSP and the Advertising Self-Regulatory Council.

Recent Posts

ERSP to Attend FTC Workshop on Online Lead Generation

by Leanne Gabinelli on Aug 17, 2015 7:00:00 PM Advocacy

As many in the industry are aware, the FTC recently announced that it will host a workshop this fall to explore the growth of the lead generation advertising industry. Since 2012, ERSP has been reviewing lead generation advertising for direct response marketers in the coaching and mentoring space. ERSP’s program is voluntary and is run in accordance with the ERSP Policy and Procedures.
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What’s Next for ERSP?

by Leanne Gabinelli on May 25, 2015 3:00:00 AM Advocacy

Coming off the heels of a successful ERSP Summit in Washington, D.C., two weeks ago, and with June right around the corner, ERSP looks forward to what’s next in 2015.

As discussed at the ERSP Summit, the Program is looking forward to adding an additional self-regulatory initiative to its lineup; that of monitoring and reviewing direct response marketing that contains negative option features.

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ERSP Summit Focuses on Self-Regulation in the Evolving DR Industry

by Leanne Gabinelli on Apr 28, 2015 3:00:00 AM ERSP, Advocacy

ERSP Summit Focuses on Self-Regulation in the Evolving DR IndustryERSP is thrilled to announce its complete agenda for the ERSP Summit 2015 event on May 12. At this year’s event, “Self-Regulation in the Evolving DR Industry,” professionals will focus on the prevailing trends in the direct response industry, including the recent regulatory scrutiny of back-end business practices. At the half-day workshop, panel members will highlight key issues from the past year and discuss ERSP’s latest self-regulatory endeavors.
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ERSP Summit Shines a Light on Self-Regulation in the Evolving Direct Response Industry

by Leanne Gabinelli on Mar 24, 2015 3:00:00 AM ERSP

The Electronic Retailing Self-Regulation Program (ERSP) is thrilled to announce the agenda for its May 12th ERSP Summit at SunTrust Headquarters in Washington, D.C. During this year’s afternoon event, “Self-Regulation in the Evolving DR Industry,” professionals will focus on the prevailing trends in the direct response industry, including the recent regulatory scrutiny of backend business practices.
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A Review of 2014 ERSP Achievements

by Leanne Gabinelli on Jan 5, 2015 8:00:00 PM ERSP

2014 was quite a busy year for the Electronic Retailing Self-Regulation Program (ERSP). Following are some of the highlights. As of December 1, 2014, ERSP closed 21 cases, and has an additional 9 cases pending. In total, ERSP has closed 339 cases since 2004. Cases this year have covered a variety of products such as dietary supplements, lead generation, and medical devices.
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ERSP Offers Marketers Copy Review Service

by Leanne Gabinelli on Nov 17, 2014 8:00:00 PM ERSP, Advocacy, FTC

ERSP is excited to announce its newest product offering, the ERSP Copy Review. The ERSP Copy Review service offers marketers the opportunity to have ERSP, a third-party self-regulatory organization, review print, broadcast, radio, and online advertising.
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ERSP Presents at Annual Advertising & Promotion Conference

by Leanne Gabinelli on Oct 21, 2014 3:00:00 AM ERSP

Just last month, I had the honor of presenting at the Food and Drug Law Institute’s 25th Annual Advertising & Promotion Conference in Washington, D.C. I spoke alongside Keith Fentonmiller (Senior Attorney, FTC), Diane McEnroe (Partner, Sidley Austin LLP), on a concurrent break-out session titled “OTC Advertising: Federal Trade Commission Developments & Beyond.” The panel was moderated by Douglas Brown (Partner, Rumberger Kirk & Caldwell).
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