Message from Kelley Drye's Chair

November marks the beginning of a season of reflection and gratitude. At Kelley Drye we are thankful for the depth and longevity of our client relationships and for the privilege to serve as trusted partners and advisors. Working alongside you to tackle business challenges and seeing your organization thrive is incredibly rewarding and motivating.

We are thankful for the Kelley Drye attorneys and staff who consistently demonstrate their commitment to providing exceptional service and delivering outstanding results for our clients. Our dedicated professionals are our greatest asset and have been the catalyst for the Firm's success over the last 185 years.

In this issue of The Kelley Drye Brief, you'll get to know the talented lawyers who have recently joined the firm - former senior FTC officials Jessica L. Rich and Laura VanDruff, and Paul Singer of the Office of the Texas Attorney General. Their additions bolster our Advertising Law, Privacy, and State AG practices and their unique and unmatched expertise benefit clients preparing for the future of consumer protection law, and those facing State Attorneys General investigations, as well as investigations brought by the FTC, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, and local and county District Attorneys' offices.

During this season we also look ahead to the coming year. We asked our practice group leaders what legal issues and industry trends they predict for the next few months. Their predictions follow, along with upcoming Kelley Drye events including a timely webinar on the recently passed $1.2 Trillion Infrastructure and Jobs Act, and more.

Thank you again for your confidence in us. We are honored to work with you and are grateful for the relationships we've built through our collaboration. On behalf of my partners and the entire Kelley Drye community, I hope you and your families have a wonderful Thanksgiving and holiday season.

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