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Karl Kronenberger Brings Clarity to New FTC Rules for Affiliate Marketers in FeedFront Magazine

By Karl Kronenberger  |  Friday, October 02, 2015

In May 2015, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) released new guidelines that directly affect most affiliate marketers. Partner Karl Kronenberger authored the FeedFront magazine article, “New FTC Requirements for Affiliate...


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Direct Marketing News Features Karl Kronenberger on FTC’s Revised Endorsement Guidelines

By Karl Kronenberger  |  Monday, August 17, 2015

Partner Karl Kronenberger was featured in the article, “I Was Paid To Write This Blog” published by Direct Marketing News, addressing the Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) updated endorsement guidelines that...


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Karl Kronenberger Discusses FTC’s Social Media Promotion Guide with Law360

By Karl Kronenberger  |  Tuesday, August 04, 2015

Law360 interviewed Partner Karl Kronenberger for the article, “FTC's Social Media Promotion Guide Has Marketers Confused,” discussing the Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) revised advertising endorsement guidelines that address a variety...


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Ginny Sanderson’s Feed Front Article on Protecting Supplement Brands From False Advertising Claims

By Ginny Sanderson  |  Friday, July 24, 2015

Partner Ginny Sanderson authored the article, “Dietary Supplements in the ‘DNA Barcoding’ Era” published by Feed Front magazine, the leading magazine for affiliate marketers, addressing New York Attorney General Eric...


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ABA Journal Features Karl Kronenberger on Defamation Claims in Wrongful Termination Lawsuits

By Karl Kronenberger  |  Wednesday, June 03, 2015

In the article, “Fired workers increasingly add defamation claims to their lawsuits,” published by ABA Journal, Partner Karl Kronenberger addressed the rising rates of these claims. Fired workers are increasingly...


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