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Nicole Sockett

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Nicole Sockett is an associate in the Litigation Department.

Nicole earned her J.D. from Columbia Law School and her B.S. in Biology from Haverford College. While at Columbia, Nicole interned and was a teaching assistant at Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts, helping to provide pro bono legal services to local artists and arts organizations. She was also a member of the Environmental Law Clinic and American Intellectual Property Law Association Moot Court.

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Proskauer Panel on Environmental Advertising Claims at ANA

Please join us on Tuesday, September 13, for a Proskauer panel at ANA covering the latest legal developments related to environmental advertising claims.  Our panelists, Jeff Warshafsky, Jennifer Yang, and Nicole Sockett, will discuss carbon offsets and lifecycle assessments, recyclability and recycled content claims, general environmental benefit claims, and other key takeaways from the FTC … Continue Reading

Judge Recommends Lanham Act Litigant “Shake it Off”

Judge Joshua D. Wolson of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania recently dismissed a Lanham Act suit that challenged critical comments on a blog (not this one!).  The case was brought by plaintiff Crash Proof Retirement, a retirement investment adviser who was the subject of the criticism.  The defendant author of … Continue Reading

FTC Workshop: “Bringing Dark Patterns to Light”

The FTC recently held a workshop titled “Bringing Dark Patterns to Light,” a recording of which can be found at the following link. The workshop centered around exploring the effects of digital “dark patterns” on consumers and the marketplace. The term “dark patterns” refers to a range of potentially deceptive website design tactics that can … Continue Reading

Fourth Circuit La(t)ches On to Timeliness of § 43(a) Lanham Act Claims

The Fourth Circuit recently overturned a district court’s decision to apply an analogous state law statute of limitations to bar a claim for false advertising under § 43(a) of the Lanham Act.  In doing so, the Court held that because § 43(a) claims are “equitable in nature,” laches is the applicable timeliness rule, rather than … Continue Reading
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