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Sponsored Content and Posting the Right Way

sponsored content and posting the right way

Ever watch an old television show and notice the not-so-subtle product placement that was so commonplace back then? “Gee, Mary, these dishes sure are clean. You must be using Palmolive soap again!” Fast forward 65 years and sponsored content is still alive, but the medium and pitchmen have changed. Influencers and celebrities use Instagram and other platforms to make big money. But times are a-changin’ again, thanks to crackdowns — er, gentle reminders — by the FTC. Continue reading “Sponsored Content and Posting the Right Way”

Making Sense of Labeling Requirements for Clothing and Apparel

fashion law and labeling requirements for clothing

Labeling requirements for clothing and apparel — what a topic! Many of us are now in the habit of asking where our food came from and what’s in our favorite snacks, and consumers, in increasing numbers, are starting to look at the makeup of our clothing. Fiber content and place of manufacture are but some of the items listed on a clothing label. This post provides some basic education on apparel labeling requirements.

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Spear to Present In Nashville Fashion Week Kickoff

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On March 31, 2016, the Tennessee Bar Association, in conjunction with producers Ramona de Salvo and Brian Frye, will offer a continuing legal education course entitled Tennessee Fashion Law: Protecting Brands, in which Maria Spear will be a featured speaker.

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The Law & Email Marketing Compliance

Email Marketing Compliance and the law

Email marketing is nothing new. Services like MailChimp and Emma have been around since the early 2000s. What else came to us in the early 2000s? The CAN-SPAM Act, which lays out some important do’s and don’ts when it comes to email marketing compliance.

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COPPA & Making An App For Kids

Making An App For Kids

Making a website or app can take a tremendous amount of time, planning, and skill. But making an app for kids adds another layer — compliance. What is COPPA? And what are the extra steps in maintaining a website or making an app for kids?

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