In addition to being a sponsor of the ANA/BAA 41st Marketing Law Conference in San Diego on November 4-6, 2019 GALA members will be speaking throughout the conference.
The GALA panel on "Global Marketing with Influencers" will be on Tuesday, November 5th and will be moderated by Rebecca Pennington, Senior Counsel, Snap Inc. The panelists will include Conor Griffin (Ireland), Daniel Haije (Netherlands) Soren Pietzcker (Germany), Fiona Robertson, (UAE) & Juan Carlos Uribe (Colombia)
Other GALA speakers at the event will include:
- Joseph Lewczak (USA - D & G) who will participate in a panel "Real Time Marketing: New & Forthcoming"
- Kelly Harris (Canada) who will participate in a panel "Cross Border and Global Marketing Concerns"
- Ronald Urbach (USA - D & G) will lead a session "The Upside - Down World of Advertising & Marketing Law - Where the Past & Future Disrupt the Now"
- Melissa Landau Steinman (USA - V) will participate in a panel "Loyalty Programs"
- Allison Fitzpatrick (USA - D & G) will moderate a panel "Hot Topics in Children's Advertising & Privacy"
- Jeffrey Greenbaum & Brian Murphy (USA - FK) will co-moderate a panel "The Advertising Lawyer and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day"
In addition to these GALA members there will be sessions with other members of GALA firms:
- Aaron Taylor, Davis & Gilbert (USA) will participate in a panel "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood: Marketing Law"
- Christopher Chase, Frankfurt Kurnit (USA) will participate in a panel "Right of Publicity"
- Michael Signorelli, Venable (USA) will participate in a panel "Cross Device Linking and the IOT"
- Hannah Taylor, Frankfurt Kurnit (USA) will host a roundtable "Knowing is Half the Battle: An Update on Social Media"
- Paavana Kumar, Davis & Gilbert (USA) will host a roundtable "The Latest on Negative Option Marketing: Subscription Billing, Automatic Renewal and Free Trial Programs"
- Ellen Berge, Leonard Gordon & Evan Minsburg, Venable (USA) will be part of a panel on "Selling Directly to Consumers: Navigating the Complexities of Accepting Payments"