Kelly Harris
Kelly Harris
Partner at Miller Thomson LLP
(416) 595-8593
(416) 595-8695
40 King St W, Suite 5800, Scotia Plaza, Toronto, ON
Year called to bar: 2011 (ON)
Kelly Harris is a marketing, advertising and consumer product regulatory lawyer. She gives practical, timely and business-focused advice to her market-leading retailer, manufacturer and distributor clients, addressing their broad and evolving challenges and concerns. Many of her clients are in regulated product categories. Kelly provides strategic advice on a wide variety of issues, including: Advertising—claim review and substantiation, contests/sweepstakes, consumer promotions, sponsorship, influencer agreements, competitor challenges, charitable promotions, loyalty programs and new media; Marketing—pricing and sales substantiation, e-commerce, packaging and labelling, telemarketing, consumer contracting, consumer protection, website terms of use/sale and agency/client services agreements; Regulatory—product classification, licensing, regulatory notifications, technical specification/standards compliance, formulation review and assessment, regulatory investigations/challenges, recalls, and compliance with restrictions on regulated product claims and advertising; and Privacy, information protection and anti-spam (CASL)—private sector, charities, privacy policies, and SMS/email marketing.
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