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Upcoming Webinar: Creating Cutting Edge Ad Campaigns that Protect Intellectual Property

December 27, 2017

The building blocks of any brand are its trademarks, copyrights, and patents. 2018 will bring new intellectual property concerns as brands confront and leverage emerging technologies, such as cryptocurrency incentives, virtual reality, and smart objects. Marketers will need cutting-edge campaigns to stay competitive and promote a brand’s intellectual property. Join me on January 30, 2018 for a practical webinar in which you will learn about how advertising law intersects with intellectual property protection.


Consumer Protection: Preparing for Evolution under President Trump

January 23, 2017

With the inauguration of President Trump, I have four broad predictions about consumer protection under the new administration.


Sweepstakes and Prize Offers Create Interdisciplinary Legal Risks for Marketers

March 8, 2013

Consumers love prizes, but they hate being deceived by illegal and false promises of prizes. They especially hate when they have been lured into giving away personal information or spending money needlessly. Sweepstakes and contests require detailed legal vetting, but so do the advertising and marketing messages that accompany these prize promotions.


Privacy Policies and Data Collection: Top 10 Steps to Take in 2011

February 15, 2011

2011 will test the boundaries of personal privacy in marketing. Consumers share their personally identifiable information (PII) on social media networks with little understanding that marketers silently track their preferences, their dislikes, and their PII. In many instances, marketers store the information and even resell it to third parties. The conflict between marketers’ targeted use of personally identifiable information (PII) and respect for consumers’ personal privacy will be at the forefront of regulatory efforts this year.



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