Brad Elbein authors E-Commerce Times article: Marketers: Beware Florida’s Mini-TCPA

E-Commerce Times recently published an informative article authored by Culhane Meadow’s Atlanta partner, Brad Elbein, about the new Florida law on telemarketing and the big impact it will have on the industry.
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Brad Elbein: Dark Clouds from Florida for Electronic Messaging

Brad Elbein is a partner in the Government, Regulatory and Compliance team at Culhane Meadows PLLC. He handles telemarketing, advertising, consumer law, and defense of government or consumer claims. 
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Brad Elbein interviewed by Kyckr for series on the future of KYC compliance

Kyckr recently interviewed Culhane Meadows’ Atlanta partner Brad Elbein to discuss the future of KYC compliance.
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Brad Elbein interviewed by TechHQ on the FTC’s priorities in 2020

Our partner Brad Elbein was recently interviewed by TechHQ for an article titled “The FTC’s tech priorities in 2020.”
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Brad Elbein and Beth Fulkerson co-author article about likely Consumer Online Privacy Rights Act (COPRA)

COPRA May Be Coming, and It’s Not Too Soon to Prepare
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Brad Elbein authors Law360 article about FTC’s recent stand against Fake Online Endorsements

Law360 recently published an informative article authored by our Atlanta partner, Brad M. Elbein, about two recent FTC cases that take a strong stand against the growing trend of online endorsement fraud.
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