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E-commerce Law Topic: Can you be sued for keeping an item on sale permanently. Believe it or not, you can! And it happens more than you think.Read »
The FTC regularly files legal actions against companies that use negative option checkout procedures to enroll people in recurring billing unwittingly.Read »
As e-commerce booms, the paid, fake review business is also booming. Jump in for a legal overview of online reviews. What is legal and what isn't?Read »
Truth in Advertising is on the hunt for social media influencers who aren't following FTC regulations. Jump in to learn about the sting and rules.Read »
A recent Federal Trade Commission case involving past acts of alleged "unfair and deceptive marketing," may have a profound on similar cases moving forward.Read »
Kidfluencers are the new supermodels! Click through for an overview of legal considerations for kidfluencers and social media influencers.Read »
Thinking of buying social media followers? Think again! State attorneys general are filing it under false advertising and cracking down on the practice.Read »
Several years ago the FTC opened an unfair and deceptive marketing investigation into Roca Labs. Result: Roca must fork over $25 million for false advertising.Read »
Sponcon is on the rise, and it is hurting both brands and social media influencers. Jump in to learn about the issue and what to do about it.Read »