Laura Kim draws upon her longstanding experience at the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to advise clients across industries on complex advertising, marketing and privacy matters. She provides proactive compliance advice and represents clients responding to inquiries from federal, state, and self-regulatory bodies. She is a member of the firm's Internet of Things initiative and Clean Energy and Climate industry group.
Ms. Kim re-joined Covington after a twelve-year tenure at the FTC, where she served as Assistant Director in two divisions of the Bureau of Consumer Protection (BCP), Chief of Staff to BCP Director Jessica Rich, Attorney Advisor to Chairman William E. Kovacic, and staff attorney in the Division of Marketing Practices. She has experience with every major consumer protection issue, including advertising substantiation, privacy, negative option marketing, telemarketing, and environmental marketing. In addition, Ms. Kim worked on key FTC Rules and Guides such as the Green Guides, Jewelry Guides, and the Telemarketing Sales Rule. She supervised these and other rule making proceedings and oversaw dozens of the Commission’s investigations involving compliance with these rules.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Laura Kim