WEBINAR: Digital Social Media Promotions Law Update
What change did Facebook recently make regarding ‘Like-gating’ promotions?
Why did the FTC have a problem with a Pinterest contest?
Learn how to conduct a promotion that complies with social media platforms.
On October 10, 12:30-1:30pm EDT, Olshan will present the webinar Digital Social Media Promotions Law Update. CLE credit will be available for this complimentary program which will offer an analysis of the current state of legal issues impacting social media campaigns.
Subjects to be discussed include:
- Updates to the FTC online disclosure guides
- Rules of the road relating to social media promotions
- Recent FTC, State AG and NAD cases involving social media
Who should be listening?
- General Counsel
- Marketing Professionals
- Anyone who is involved with advertising and marketing
The Olshan speaker will be Andrew B. Lustigman.
Andrew counsels clients regarding a broad range of matters, including the clearance of advertising and marketing materials, the structuring of sweepstakes, games of skill, and other contests, the development of social media programs and direct marketing campaigns from a compliance standpoint, and the resolution of regulatory, competitor, intellectual property and privacy matters. According to Chambers USA, clients report, “He’s the one guy in the industry I’d go to. Every single issue in advertising, compliance, litigation, whatever — he does it all, and he does it well.” A significant portion of Andrew’s practice involves review of advertising and promotional campaigns to help ensure compliance with substantiation requirements and relevant legal standards. He provides advice for campaigns across all media channels — Internet, television, print, radio, direct mail, mobile, telemarketing, and other electronic media, as well as social media platforms.
You will receive confirmation and reminders by email, each of which will contain a link to the program and a downloadable calendar entry with the pertinent details.
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 under your own email address. CLE certificates will be forwarded to you by email from Olshan upon successful completion of the webinar requirements.
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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