Lisa B. Dubrow, Esq.
Lisa B. Dubrow is a lawyer specializing in advertising and consumer protection with an emphasis on subscriptions and recurring billing business models. She counsels clients on legal issues surrounding the advertising and marketing of goods and services. Her practice also encompasses the negotiation and drafting of contracts pertaining to product development, marketing, and sales, including those with vendors, agencies, fulfillment, distribution, talent, production and media. Ms. Dubrow is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of SUNY Binghamton. She received her law degree from New York University School of Law. For more information, please visit: www.lisadubrow.com
The Federal Trade Commission is hosting a virtual workshop on April 29th to examine digital “dark patterns” to examine what dark patterns are and how they impact or trick consumers and the marketplace into making unwanted or extra purchases online.
New York has enacted a new auto-renewal law, NY S1475A, that covers sales to consumers of auto-renewing or continuous service offers.
The FTC just announced another settlement against an online marketer for millions, this time $10,000, against its acquisition of new consumers for its online subscription services without complying with federal law, in particular the Restore Online Shoppers Confidence Act (ROSCA). Lisa B. Dubrow, Esq. explains.
Lisa B. Dubrow, Esq. explains a recently filed class-action lawsuit against Ancestry.com. Ancestry is accused of violating California law by automatically renewing memberships without consumers' clear permission.