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USPS Proposal May Cause Direct Mail Advertisers To ‘Go Postal’

USA - September 20 2018 Readers of this blog often learn how the government regulates modern instruments for customer engagement - social media, texting campaigns, e-commerce…

Eric S. Berman, Matthew Field, Ian D. Volner

Postal Service Proposes to Ban Merchandise From Marketing Mail

USA - September 13 2018 The U.S. Postal Service, in a major change to its eligibility rules, has proposed to exclude all merchandise from letter and flat-shaped Marketing…

Eric S. Berman, Cynthia (Cindy) M. Lewin

Please don’t, mister postman: how to respond when the Postal Service claims that you underpaid postage

USA - December 23 2014 You're sitting in the offices of your on-line business, going through your in-box. Your mail includes a letter from the U.S. Postal Service. The…

Matthew Field, Ian D. Volner

U.S. Postal Service adopts new penalties for failure to update addresses

USA - May 24 2010 If your company uses Standard Mail or discounted First-Class Mail, you need to know about recent changes in the Postal Service's standards for enforcing its Move Update rules.

Alexandra Megaris, Ian D. Volner

U.S. postal service launches national enforcement initiative against business mailers

USA - May 8 2009 The United States Postal Service, which appears headed for a multi-billion dollar loss this year, has quietly launched a major new initiative to collect more postage from mail that already has been paid for and delivered.

Rita L. Brickman, Thomas J. Kelly, Jr., Ian D. Volner