On November 8, the SEC settled charges against Zachary Coburn, the founder of EtherDelta, a digital token trading platform. This is the SEC’s first
In Controlling the Message, Loeb & Loeb client Christopher McCleary, Associate General Counsel, VISA Inc., discusses some of the innovative ways VISA has used social media and the legal challenges associated with those programs.
In a recent case called Southwest Regional Council of Carpenters (New Star General Contractors, Inc.), the National Labor Relations Board upheld a fairly common Union street tactic of calling attention to the Union’s dispute with a so-called “primary” employer by displaying a large banner in front of the worksite of a “secondary” employer who happens to be utilizing workers from the “primary” employer.
Although nearly three months have passed since Judge Lee granted Google's motion for summary judgment and dismissed Rosetta Stone's trademark infringement suit against the search engine, the parties still await Judge Lee's accompanying Memorandum Order.
Pharmaceutical companies recently filed written statements with the Food and Drug Administration, urging the agency to adopt guidelines for Web marketing and the use of social media.
Luis G. Rivera Marín, Secretary of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico’s Department of Consumer Affairs (DACO), this week announced the enactment of the country’s revised Sweepstakes and Games of Chance Regulation, effective Nov. 27, 2009.
On June 18, 2009, the House Subcommittee on Commerce, Trade and Consumer Protection held a joint hearing with the Subcommittee on Communications, Technology, and the Internet on the topic of "Behavioral Advertising: Industry Practices and Consumer Expectations."
The extent to which trademarks can be used for keyword advertising was a hot topic in the summer of 2007.