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Legal Issues Involving Social Media Marketing

Complimentary Webinar

Olshan Grundman Frome Rosenzweig & Wolosky will present a webinar focusing on "Legal Issues Involving Social Media," December 7, 2011, 12:30 - 1:30 p.m., EST.

This program should be of interest to Corporate Counsel as well as those involved in matters concerning Advertising and Marketing, Intellectual Property, Employment Practices, and social media in general. CLE credit will be available. This timely program will feature a discussion of the following issues:

  • Rules of the road related to conducting Facebook and Twitter Promotion
  • Use of Facebook and other social media as part of a marketing campaign
  • Intellectual Property issues arising from use of social media -- who owns what and how to avoid the most common mistakes
  • Acceptable employment policies and potential legal ramification of social media use.

Olshan speakers will be Andrew B. Lustigman, leader of Olshan's Advertising, Promotions and Marketing Practice and a noted speaker and writer on topics related to social media; Mary L. Grieco, who has extensive experience in domestic and international trademark issues and intellectual property matters; and Aliza F. Herzberg, whose practice focuses on helping employers manage all aspects of their relationships with their employees.

REGISTRATION

Please follow these steps to register for the webinar:

Go to: https://university2.learnlive.com/olshan

Complete the New User Registration fields which require only your name, title, email address and organization.

Click the "Submit" button, which brings you to the Catalog page.

Click the "Enroll" button for the session titled Legal Issues Involving Social Media Marketing

CLE

In order to receive CLE credit for the webinar you are required to click all of the participation pop-ups that will appear throughout the program. You must also be registered and view the webinar from your own computer. This seminar has been approved in accordance with the requirements of the New York State Continuing Legal Education Board for a maximum of 1 credit hour in the area of Professional Practice/Practice Management and is appropriate for experienced attorneys only

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