E-commerce Law: Amazon anti-counterfeit initiative
E-commerce Law: Amazon Teaming Up With Governments To Stamp Out Counterfeits
Amazon.com will work closely with law enforcement in the United States and around the world on anti- [...]
Online Privacy Law: Twitter Grindr Ad Platform Suspension
Twitter Swiped Left on Grindr’s Vague Privacy Policy
Twitter suspended mobile dating app Grindr from its ad platform after the Norwegian Consumer Council [...]
Online Marketing Law: Beginner's Guide
Online Marketing Law: What Influencers and Marketers Need to Know
The Lanham Act primarily addresses trademark law, but it also forbids "false and misleading descript [...]
Online Tax Law: ebay is inappropriately charging tax on exempt items
Is eBay Imposing Illegal Sales Tax on Exempt Items?
After a new Illinois law went into effect on January 1, 2020, which requires state residents to pay [...]
FTC Defense Law: University of Phoenix deceptive marketing case
FTC Defense Law: University of Phoenix Signs Deceptive Advertising Settlement
Is the University of Phoenix is a “scam school”? That’s what an FTC commissioner insinuate [...]
FTC Defense Law: Negative Option Marketing
E-commerce Legal Alert: FTC Turning Attention towards Negative Option Marketing
The Federal Trade Commission is turning its attention, once again, towards negative option marketing [...]
FTC Marketing Law: Influencer marketing guide rules
Influencer Marketing Law: An Easy-to-Understand Guide
The Federal Trade Commission published a guide called Disclosures 101 for Social Media Influencers t [...]
FTC Law: Employee Online Reviews
Beauty Brand Busted for Employee Product Reviews
Can employees post product reviews? As online marketing attorneys, we hear the question a lot — bu [...]
Online Marketing Law: Degeneres and Bullock Sue A Slew of Affiliate Marketers
Thousands of websites purposefully designed to resemble legitimate news outlets use fake celebrity e [...]