Twitter Helps Celebrate Venable Year 1 in San Francisco (+ Free Stuff)

by Bill McClellan on Sep 23, 2014 11:55:00 AM


The Venable law firm is celebrating its one year anniversary of opening an office in San Francisco on October 20, 2014.  In conjunction with the celebration there will be an Advertising Law Symposium entitled Bridging the Gaps.  Recently there has been significant industry interest in free Minimum Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) credits for company in-house counsel.  As the note below indicates, in addition to a great speaker line-up that includes Twitter, these credits will be available for attendees.  More....      


Bridging the Gaps: A Free MCLE-accredited Advertising Law Symposium in San Francisco

You are invited to join Venable LLP in San Francisco on October 20, 2014 for “Bridging the Gaps: An Advertising Law Symposium.” This all-day free MCLE-accredited program will provide an opportunity for guests to exchange ideas and network with regulatory insiders and top advertising law thought leaders as well as Venable attorneys. Speakers include regulators from the FTC, the California AG’s office, and the NAD as well as in-house counsel from Clorox, Contend, Vantiv, Zynga and a keynote address from the Director of Brand Strategies at Twitter.  Key topics to be addressed include challenging competitor advertising, social media and ethics requirements, branded entertainment, digital media, gaming, health related marketing claims, and FTC and CFPB regulations. The program runs from 8:00 a.m. to 5:15 p.m. followed by a networking reception at 5:30 p.m. which also serves as a one year celebration of Venable’s San Francisco office.  Click HERE to view the full agenda.

For more information and to register, please click here. If you have any questions, contact Dorri Thyden at

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