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Supplement Marketers should consider these legal tips when wording promotional materials or promotional social media posts because strict rules apply. If your language isn’t compliant with FDA or FTC standards, your company could be at risk for major fines. Trade Show Marketing Materials Thinking of taking your supplement company on the road to health and wellness trade shows? Sounds like a great way to market your products and an easy way to overlook FDA regulations. Most marketers focus on their exhibit booth size and convention floor placement rather than the rules that apply to exhibit booth content and product labeling.…
Supplements. Supplements. Supplements. These days, it seems like there’s a pill for everything. Want to grow your hair? They’ve got a pill for that. Looking for an alternative to coffee? Take this “all-natural” supplement. Stressed out? How about some CBD? With such a booming market for supplements thanks to a demand for healthier living and the speed of Amazon fulfillment, laws and regulations have been in place to protect consumers from deception. Consider these legal tips from E-commerce attorneys on the best marketing practices so your dietary supplement business can thrive without any legal issues.   Dietary Supplement Legal Tip #1: Don’t Mess with The DSHEA …
What is actual malice in a defamation lawsuit? If you are curious about defamation law or are currently involved in a defamation lawsuit, you may have come across the term “actual malice” and wondered “what does this mean?” or “how can I prove actual malice in my case?” Not to worry, our defamation lawyers know how to answer your questions about actual malice in defamation cases. Let’s jump right in. Definitions of Actual Malice How to prove actual malice in a defamation case may vary, jurisdiction to jurisdiction. Additionally, in most jurisdictions, you must prove actual malice in order to…
What is actual malice in a defamation lawsuit? If you are curious about defamation law or are currently involved in a defamation lawsuit, you may have come across the term “actual malice” and wondered “what does this mean?” or “how can I prove actual malice in my case?” Not to worry, our defamation lawyers know how to answer your questions about actual malice in defamation cases. Let’s jump right in.  Definitions of Actual Malice   How to prove actual malice in a defamation case may vary, jurisdiction to jurisdiction. Additionally, in most jurisdictions, you must prove actual malice in order to win…
Can I Sue for Defamation? Take the Test and Find Out Has your reputation or your company’s reputation been disparaged? If so, you have the option to sue for defamation. However, there are requirements that you must meet in order to file a defamation claim. Take this short test to get insight from real life defamation attorneys that could help you determine if it’s worth it for you to sue for defamation.  Start Quiz Question Your answer: Correct answer: Next You got {{SCORE_CORRECT}} out of {{SCORE_TOTAL}} Your Answers The post Can I Sue For Defamation? appeared first on RM Warner
Cyberbullying is a growing epidemic not only in the United States, but all over the world. Today, children and teens are bullied more on the Internet than in person, thanks to smartphones and social media. The impacts of this kind of harassment can be severe and include depression and suicide. It’s true, Cyberbullying is lethal, but is it viewed as a crime in the eyes of the law? Currently, state Cyberbullying laws are still being proposed and implemented as legislators are now understanding the severity of the situation. In the meantime, there are still other legal methods that victims and…
Cyberbullying is a growing epidemic not only in the United States, but all over the world. Today, children and teens are bullied more on the Internet than in person, thanks to smartphones and social media. The impacts of this kind of harassment can be severe and include depression and suicide. It’s true, Cyberbullying is lethal, but is it viewed as a crime in the eyes of the law? Currently, state Cyberbullying laws are still being proposed and implemented as legislators are now understanding the severity of the situation. In the meantime, there are still other legal methods that victims and parents can use to combat cyberbullying.   What is Cyberbullying?   Cyberbullying is very similar to what traditional…
Today, children and teens are bullied more online than they are in person. Cyberbullying is a growing concern for parents and school systems alike and combating this issue is much harder when you can’t always witness it. When Internet access is more easily accessible than ever before and social media platforms continue to be introduced, it’s difficult deciding where to start. The attorneys at RM Warner Law help clients combat cyberharassment. We’ve created this infographic in hopes of helping interested parties understand this serious epidemic. If you have questions regarding cyberbullying law or filing a lawsuit of your own, don’t…
Imagine waking up one morning to dozens of text messages and emails from your friends, children, and co-workers sending you to a website with your name on it. The site alleges that you are a sexual predator and have raped numerous women. Your wife is going into a frenzy worried that it might be true, and your boss is calling you asking you to cancel your client meetings for the day. To make matters worse, you see all your family and friends on Facebook commenting on a Facebook ad, promoting the website calling you a rapist. Then, your grandmother unfriends…