Welcome to the Millennial update to the old testimonial advertisement! Your Brand marketers are hiring or flirting with 3rd parties known as “Influencers” as a key component of the brand marketing strategy. Influencers are quasi-celebrities who have built substantial followings on social media channels establishing credibility in specific industries. They have the ability to affect purchase decisions of large numbers of consumers and to make things “trend.”
This session addresses legal issues of engaging that Influencer’s powers for the greater good of your brands.
At the end of this session, participants will be able to identify situations requiring disclosures when using Influencers in online marketing campaigns and work with marketers to develop disclosures that maintain the integrity of the marketing message.
Topic 1 - Intro to Marketing Concepts - Influencers & Other Social Media channels
Topic 2 - Who's Watching from a Legal Perspective: State AGs, Competitors
Topic 3 - Consumers, FTC, Industry Self Regulation
Topic 4 - Legal Definitions: Endorsement, Material Connection
Topic 5 - Real World Examples of Endorsement, Material Connections, Required Disclosures
Topic 6 - Placement of Disclosures in Limited Text Environments
Topic 7 - Collateral Issues: Claim Substantiation
Topic 8 - Closing Comments
This program may be eligible for a total of 1 CLE credit(s) in a 60 minute state of which 0 are Ethics credits.
This program may be eligible for a total of 1.2 CLE credit(s) in a 50 minute state of which 0 are Ethics credits.
STATES THAT MCLE CREDIT HAS BEEN APPROVED
This course has been approved for 1 MCLE General Credit(s) in California of which 0 are Legal Ethics, 0 0
0are Elimination of Bias in the Legal Profession,
0are Prevention, Detection and Treatment of Substance Abuse/Mental Illness that Impairs Professional Competence.
This course has been approved for 1 MCLE General Credit(s) in Illinois of which 0 credit(s) qualifies for Professional Responsibility credit.
This course has been approved for 1 CLE Credit(s) in Ohio of which 0 credit(s) qualifies for Ethics credit.
Select Counsel is an approved provider in the State of Pennsylvania. This course has been approved for 1 CLE Credit(s) in Pennsylvania of which 0 credit(s) qualifies for Ethics credit.
This course has been approved for 1 MCLE Credit(s) in Texas of which 0 credit(s) qualifies for Ethics credit.
This course has been approved for 1 CLE Credit(s) in Virginia of which 0 credit(s) qualifies for Ethics credit.
This course has been approved for 1 CLE Credit(s) in Washington of which 0 credit(s) qualifies for Ethics credit.
Reciprocal States: The following jurisdictions allow reciprocity for courses approved in other MCLE jurisdictions:Alaska, Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, Montana, New Jersey, New York, North Dakota, and Oregon.
Self Reporting States: States that allow an attorney to apply or self-report CLE credit are: Alabama, Delaware, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Minnesota, Mississippi, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Utah, West Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming.
The following states are pending approval.
Andrea Friedman’s principal practice is marketing law. Her expertise covers advertising, claim substantiation, public relations, trade practice, sweepstakes, and promotions in traditional, digital and emerging platforms, as well as event, sponsorship, and other entertainment marketing matters, including extensive counseling with respect to compliance with the SAG/AFTRA Collective Bargaining Agreements and compliance with FTC regulations and guidelines.
PRACTICE FOCUS: Marketing Law | Media, Sports & Entertainment Law
PRIOR ROLES/EXPERIENCE: Schiff Hardin (partner); Associate GC, Sears
LAW SCHOOL: University of Chicago
LOCATION: Chicago, IL
CONTACT INFO: (773) 248-9455 | email@example.com
Marlo Serritella counsels clients, drafts and negotiates contracts in support of a variety of advertising and marketing arrangements including spokesperson and celebrity agreements, co-promotion agreements, vendor contracts, social media campaigns and related licensing. Ms. Serritella also advises on advertising review and claim substantiation in order to support clients’ creative endeavors across various platforms.
PRACTICE FOCUS: Marketing Law
PRIOR ROLES/EXPERIENCE: Associate General Counsel, True North Communications (now IPG)
LAW SCHOOL: Northwestern University School of Law
LOCATION: Chicago, IL
CONTACT INFO: (773) 248-9455 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Kimberly Alcantara focuses her practice on marketing programs, including social media campaigns, publicity events, contests and sweepstakes, as well as sports, entertainment, celebrity and influencer sponsorships. She negotiates and drafts contracts to support all aspects of her clients’ marketing objectives, including Client-Agency agreements, talent agreements, and joint marketing and co-promotion agreements. Ms. Alcantara also advises clients on advertising review and claim substantiation, trademark clearance, and brand licensing.
PRACTICE FOCUS: Marketing Law
PRIOR ROLES/EXPERIENCE: McDonald's, Senior Counsel, Marketing Practices Group
LAW SCHOOL: University of Michigan
LOCATION: Chicago, IL
CONTACT INFO: (773) 248-9455 | email@example.com
Jennifer Lukas-Bourgeois “JLB” brings over 20 years of brand building, strategic marketing, digital/social campaigns, event experience, team development and leadership. As one of the individuals who set the foundation for the Red Bull Energy Drink brand in the U.S., JLB now shares this expertise along with her team of marketing, athlete mentorship, broadcasting and communication specialists to build the brands of athletes and products.
CONTACT INFO: (773) 248-9455 | firstname.lastname@example.org
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