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Uh oh! It looks like TINA, the marketing watchdog group, is, once again, on Goop's tail. The scuttlebutt is a good reminder about following truth-in-advertising rules.Read »
Want to be an online marketer or influencer? Did you know you must adhere to promotional laws and rules? Click through for a guide to the regulations.Read »
Launching a startup in Illinois? Here are five legal things you must consider. Our team helps Illinois startups businesses start on the right legal foot.Read »
Is the University of Phoenix is a “scam school”? The for-profit college agreed to a $191 settlement over “deceptive advertisements.” Let’s dive in.Read »
The Federal Trade Commission has, once again, turned its attention towards negative option marketing schemes. Jump in to learn more.Read »
The Federal Trade Commission released a guide and instructive videos for online marketing influencers. We outline what you need to know in this post.Read »
The Federal Trade Commission sued a real estate training business for allegedly duping consumers with a bogus workshop scheme. Jump in to learn more.Read »
Is it OK to use celebrity's images in affiliate marketing material without permission? The FTC says No, and now two stars are suing over the practice.Read »
The Federal Trade Commission censured an app company for disregarding various privacy guidelines and safeguards. Its a cautionary tale.Read »