- Legislative and Government Affairs
- Privacy and Data Security
- Advertising and Marketing
- Advertising and Marketing Litigation
|University ||University of Notre Dame, B.B.A., 1997|
|Law School||Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law, J.D., cum laude, 2004 Senior Note and Comment Editor, Journal of Contemporary Health Law and Policy, Recipient, The George P. Smith Recognition Award for Outstanding Service, Recipient, Federal Communication Bar Association Robert E. Lee Memorial Scholarship|
|Admitted||2004, Virginia; 2006, District of Columbia|
Michael Signorelli is counsel in the firm's Government and Regulatory Affairs Practice Group, where he advises and represents clients on privacy and Internet-related issues. Mr. Signorelli counsels clients on advertising, marketing, and data security related matters and represents clients in federal marketing-related legislation and rulemaking proceedings and other matters before the Federal Trade Commission, Federal Communications Commission, and the U.S. Department of Commerce. Mr. Signorelli advises clients with regulatory compliance matters and on developments regarding the Controlling the Assault of Non-Solicited Pornography and Marketing Act (Can-SPAM), Telemarketing Sales Rule (TSR), Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), and compliance with the European Union's Data Protection Directive (the E.U. Directive). Mr. Signorelli has also been involved in matters related to Internet governance, crisis management, and the development of self-regulatory programs.
Mr. Signorelli represents a wide variety of clients, including marketers, advertisers, trade associations, e-commerce firms, retailers, and non-profits in privacy and consumer protection related matters before federal and state regulators and federal policy makers.
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Task Force
American Bar Association
Virginia Bar Association
Notre Dame Alumni Club
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California's Do Not Track Disclosure Bill
Deborah A. Feinblum,Brett A. Garner,Stuart P. Ingis,Gregory J. Sater,Michael A. Signorelli, January 17, 2014
As of January 1, 2014, California law requires operators of websites and online services to publicly disclose how they respond to "do not track" (dnt) signals, though the exact requirements vary depending on whether an entity is a first party (e.g., web publisher) or third party (e.g., ad...
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