LEGAL CORNER Archives

Issue Date Article Title Author View
SUMMER 2014 #SMH – Check your online promotion hashtag or face scrutiny from the FTC Travis Crabtree VIEW
WINTER 2013 California is taking the lead on privacy again. Have you made the necessary changes? Travis Crabtree VIEW
SUMMER 2013 The Greatest Column about Deceptive Advertising ever Written Travis Crabtree VIEW
WINTER 2012 Keeping Your Online Promotion Legal Travis Crabtree VIEW
FALL 2012 Why Fake Online Reviews Are a Bad Idea Sure, it’s “black hat.” It can also cost you in a lawsuit Travis Crabtree VIEW
SUMMER 2012 Who Owns Your Twitter Followers or LinkedIn Connections? Travis Crabtree VIEW
SPRING 2012 Changes to COPPA – Do I Market to Minors? Travis Crabtree VIEW
WINTER 2011 Sure you can win the suit against the competitor bidding on your name, but at what cost? Travis Crabtree VIEW
FALL 2011 The Pitfalls of Marketing to Minors Even When You Don’t Mean To Travis Crabtree VIEW
SUMMER 2011 “Do Not Track”: What You Need to Know Travis Crabtree VIEW
SPRING 2011 The Why Answers the What Travis Crabtree VIEW
WINTER 2010 DO YOU HAVE AN ONLINE ENDORSEMENT POLICY? The FTC thinks you should Travis Crabtree VIEW
FALL 2010 I’m Going Social and Mobile, So Now What Do I Need to Worry About? Travis Crabtree VIEW
SUMMER 2010 Of Course We Googled the Potential Hire, But How Far Can We Go? Travis Crabtree VIEW
SPRING 2010 CAN-SPAM is merely the basics of email marketing law you have to know unless the law keeps changing Travis Crabtree VIEW
WINTER 2009 Change is Coming to Online Marketing Practices by Choice or by Regulation Travis Crabtree VIEW
FALL 2009 They Can’t Do That on the Internet! Travis Crabtree VIEW
SUMMER 2009 When the Fine Print Matters- What You Need in Your Contracts Travis Crabtree VIEW
SPRING 2009 Courts’ Inability to Keep Pace Leaves Little Legal Guidance for Online Marketers Travis Crabtree VIEW