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Four Legal Considerations before Partnering with an Influencer
Over 80% of brands use social media influencers to promote products. But leagues of those companies [...]
Fyre Festival Influencers Land Themselves a Lawsuit
In Fyre’s calamitous wake, trustees are clawing back money that Billy McFarland and crew sunk into [...]
Crowdfunding Lawsuit: An Important Reminder About Crowdfunding Fraud
Several months ago, we blogged about a Federal Trade Commission investigation into a crowdfunded pro [...]
Marketing Law: Made in the USA Labeling Laws
“Made in the USA”: Easy-to-Understand Overview of FTC Guidelines
Last week, the Federal Trade Commission voted whether or not to fine companies that improperly use t [...]
e-commerce law topic: fictitious pricing
Ecommerce Law: Can You Be Sued For “Fictitious Pricing” Perpetual Sales?
Sales are a staple of the e-commerce ecosystem, but rules do apply. For example: Perpetually adverti [...]
E-commerce Law: Paid and Fake Reviews
The Legal Low Down on Paid Reviews
The e-commerce market is fueled by consumer reviews. Reportedly, 90 percent of shoppers consume feed [...]
Social Media Law: Influencer Marketing Rules
Social Media Law: TINA Files another Round of Instagram Influencer Complaints with the FTC
Non-profit watchdog Truth in Advertising (TINA) filed a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission [...]
Unfair and Deceptive marketing case: Shire
Unfair and Deceptive Marketing: A Shift Away From Federal Hearings?
The Third Circuit Court of Appeals made a decision that will affect “past conduct” cases current [...]
Another Loot Box Lawsuit: Fortnite
Fortnite fought its way into more headlines. This time around, a parent is suing the developer, Epic [...]