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Bruce Colbath

Bruce Colbath's expertise extends to all aspects of advertising, marketing, and antitrust law, including consumer protection issues relating to unfair, deceptive, and/or unlawful conduct, and he has represented clients in class actions and related litigation involving a wide variety of claims, including false advertising, deceptive practices and antitrust, among others, brought in federal and state courts throughout the United States at both the trial court and appellate levels.

Mr. Colbath has represented clients in class actions and related litigations of a wide variety of claims, including false advertising, deceptive practices, and antitrust, among others, brought in federal and state courts throughout the United States at both the trial court and appellate levels. The actions in which he has been involved have concerned a wide variety of industries, including pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, dietary supplements, jewelry, consumer products, automobile distribution, software, semiconductors, apparel, and consumer financial services.

In the advertising and consumer protection area, Mr. Colbath has represented and counseled clients on a broad range of issues, including privacy and related regulatory issues, and has experience with state and federal regulatory bodies concerning advertising practices and consumer protection issues. Mr. Colbath has extensive experience in Lanham Act false advertising litigation and other proceedings and litigation involving unfair competition and consumer protection issues, as well as extensive experience before the Federal Trade Commission, National Advertising Division of the Better Business Bureau and its National Advertising Review Board, and in TV network challenges. He also defended clients in numerous consumer class actions arising from governmental investigations and enforcement activity related to consumer protection.

Education:

J.D., New York Law School

B.A., Georgetown Univ.

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