By

Sean Royall

07 October 2022

The FTC’s COPPA Conundrum: Ambiguities in the Rule and a Death of Authoritative Guidance Leave the Agency Vulnerable to Legal Challenges

This article was originally published by the ABA’s ANTITRUST magazine in its Summer 2022 issue.

The Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) and the Federal Trade Commission’s COPPA-enforcing rule have increasing relevance for all businesses that interact directly with consumers online—including companies that do not regard themselves as marketing directly … Read More

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22 June 2022

Connecticut Makes Five: The Constitution State Enacts Broad Data Privacy Law Effective July 2023

Connecticut has passed a new state data privacy law slated to go into effect on July 1, 2023.  The law largely tracks other new state data privacy laws recently passed in Virginia and Colorado, but also includes several provisions that could impact compliance plans, including a new obligation to provide … Read More

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13 May 2022

Convergence in Antitrust and Privacy Law: An Interview With Colleen Brown and New Partner Sean Royall

Sean Royall, new Sidley partner and co-leader of the firm’s global Antitrust and Consumer Protection practice, sits down with Colleen Brown to discuss the convergence in antitrust and consumer protection law. They cover the U.S. Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) promotion of a more inter-disciplinary approach of looking at data … Read More

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12 May 2022

Antitrust and Consumer Protection at Last Converge

Antitrust and consumer protection law—long separate provinces, even within a dual-mission government enforcement agency like the FTC that covers both fields—at last seem to be converging, as reflected in recent government enforcement activity, statements by the FTC’s leadership, and novel private litigation theories. Sean Royall, who co-leads Sidley’s Antitrust and … Read More

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