Bridget E. Calhoun

Crowell & Moring (Washington)
Lawyer (Partner)

Bridget Eng Calhoun is owner of Arranged, offering consulting services and solutions to help busy, successful people looking for ways to make their homes and lives more efficient and organized. Previously, Ms. Calhoun was a partner in Crowell & Moring’s Washington, D.C. office where she concentrates on advertising, consumer protection, and product safety issues and antitrust law. She was recently named a "Rising Star" in Product Liability by Law360 and a Top Washington Lawyer "Young Gun" by the Washington Business Journal. Bridget’s advertising and consumer protection practice includes compliance counseling in the areas of claims substantiation, comparative claims, social media marketing, environmental marketing claims, warranties, and other marketing practices. Bridget regularly defends companies before the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) on a wide range of advertising, marketing, and privacy investigations. In addition, she provides strategic advice to clients to respond to false and deceptive competitor advertising claims including representing clients both offensively and defensively at the National Advertising Division (NAD) of the Council of Better Business Bureaus. Prior to joining Crowell & Moring, Bridget served as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Walter E. Black, Jr. of the U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland.

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Articles

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Bridget E. Calhoun, Ryan C. Tisch, William Randolph Smith The US FTC modifies a 2000 consent order and sets aside the prohibitions imposed on a manufacturer to set minimum resale prices in contracts with retailers (Nine West Group)

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Shoe seller Nine West Group Inc. has successfully petitioned the FTC to modify a 2000 consent order in which the company agreed not to undertake agreements with its retailers setting minimum resale prices. The case provides a significant guidepost for U.S. manufacturers who have been searching (...)

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