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About the Author:
Hugh Latimer is a partner at Wiley, Rein & Fielding LLP where he has participated in a variety of detailed litigation involving numerous commercial law issues. His practice focuses on advertising, intellectual property, litigation, and internet e-commerce. Mr. Latimer represents domestic and foreign clients in federal and state courts and before various government agencies and arbitration bodies, including the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the National Advertising Division (NAD) of the Council of Better Business Bureaus, Inc. He spends a great deal of his talents advising clients on federal and state sweepstakes laws.Mr. Latimer is an avid speaker on a wide range of issues within marketing and advertising including the recent diminish of advertising prospects and its effects on the market. He is the co-founder of Advertising Law International?an international consortium of lawyers that provides advertising advice to international advertisers. His written articles have been seen frequently in The National Law Journal; and from 1995-1999, he was the publisher of the Advertising Law Update newsletter. Mr. Latimer is dedicated to following and dispersing the most current information available while participating in the progressive trends of today's proceedings.
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