Marketing and Advertising Lawyer | GORDON LAW GROUP

Marketing and Advertising Lawyer

Gordon Law Group's marketing and advertising lawyers will make sure you're compliant with international, national, and state promotional laws. We have extensive experience defending businesses and individuals grappling with FTC investigations and actions.

Our marketing and advertising lawyers are exceptionally knowledgeable about compliance standards and aggressively advocate on behalf of parties ensnared in the FTC's web.

The FTC Has A Lot of Power; Prepare Yourself

The Federal Trade Commission, working with attorneys general, can (bluntly speaking) mess with your life and finances. In the midst of marketing and advertising legal actions, the agency has been known to freeze assets, appoint receivers, and repossess cars, jewels, boats, and homes. The FTC also refers criminal cases to the Department of Justice.

Marketing & Advertising Attorneys — Accountants

What separates Gordon Law Group from other marketing and advertising law firms? For starters, our firm has a full-service accounting arm. Not only can we assist with legal matters, but we can help with accounting and tax aspects too, ensuring that you hold on to as much profit as possible.

Mobile Marketing Law

We also help mobile marketers with compliance reviews and FTC investigations involving:

Since hanging our shingle, Gordon Law has been working with mobile marketing companies> Our attorneys enjoy invaluable niche experience, from both technological and legal angles.

If you're interested in how we can protect your business and bank account, get in touch. We'll develop a custom, refined strategy for your particular situation. Additionally, a dedicated, personable attorney will work with you throughout your journey; at Gordon Law, you won't get passed around like a hot potato.

What Can Marketing and Advertising Lawyers Do For You?

The first order of business, with every marketing and advertising legal audit, is deconstruction. We'll examine every aspect of your campaign and identify any potential regulatory obstacles. Once the in-depth analysis is done, we develop sound strategies and reliable roadmaps for on-going compliance.

We have helped clients:

As experienced FTC defense lawyers, we help clients survive investigations and claims involving:

An FTC defense lawyer can:

Save Time and Money By Getting A Promotional Audit

"Shoulda, woulda, coulda!" That's what you'll be groaning if you don't invest in a marketing and advertising audit...and then the FTC comes knocking. We'll review your marketing collateral for compliance, and write up a risk analysis for the campaign, with suggestions on how to tweak your message or procedures. We also help clients develop in-house promotional standards — a smart cost-saving exercise for businesses eager to avoid FTC censure.

The government's resources are near limitless, which is why it's crucial — (invaluable, really) — to work with an experienced marketing and advertising lawyer.

Marketing & Advertising Law Blog

FTC Defense Law

Is Your App a Stalking App by FTC Standards?

The Federal Trade Commission censured an app company for disregarding various privacy guidelines and safeguards. Its a cautionary tale.

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Internet Law and FTC Law: FTC sued Match.com for allegedly ignoring scam bots for profit

FTC Slams Match Over Maybe Shady Tactics

The Federal Trade Commission is suing Match.com for allegedly ignoring bots and scammers that seduced people into paid subscriptions and other scams.

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Online Marketing Law: Ryan Toy Review possible FTC censure

TINA Complains About Ryan’s Toy Review

TINA, a marketing watchdog group, sent a letter to the FTC complaining about YouTuber Ryan's Toy Review. Learn why and how to avoid the same fate.

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Influencer Marketing: Legal Considerations

The majority of brands now work with social media influencers to promote products. But many of those companies aren't legally covering themselves.

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Fyre Festival Influencers Catch a Lawsuit

Billy McFarland may be in jail, but the Fyre Festival debacle isn't over. Trustees filed lawsuits against influencers to claw back some of the money.

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The FTC let Zuck Off the Hook

After the 16-month investigation, the FTC and Facebook have reached a $5-billion-dollar deal. Interestingly, the FTC decided not to blame Zuckerberg.

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