You invest a lot of time, resources and money developing, operating and marketing your business, and building your good reputation in the market. Then someone, likely a disgruntled customer, posts a very negative review. You may [...]
LinkedIn pushed back – for now
Data is king on the Internet. Of course, real commerce does occur via the Internet in huge and increasing volumes and SaaS offerings are proliferating, but no matter what activities are occurring, [...]
In our cloud-centered business environment (which will only become all the more so), there are usually at least two potentially responsible parties to a data breach: (1) the business that provides services or products to [...]
I am often asked about copyright registrations and when is it worthwhile to register a copyright.
In many license and services agreement negotiations the last clause to be finalized is the limitation of liability clause. There’s good reason for this because at the end of the day, after all the details regarding obligations [...]
Without careful drafting, non-solicitation restrictions in your employment agreements can be easily undermined by an ex-employee’s use of LinkedIn and other social networks, as the two recent cases below demonstrate.
Earlier this year, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) sent more than 90 letters to advertisers and influencers using Instagram reminding them of their obligations to disclose brand relationships in social media posts, in [...]
An examination of the steps leading up to the swift demise of one multi-million-dollar lead generation company exposes many lessons that should be quickly learned by others in this business.
With the plethora of portable digital recording devices – hey everyone’s got one in their pocket or on their hip – this is no longer an issue for some undercover law enforcement action. Think conversations at work, spousal [...]