Kelly / Warner Law Blog
You've found your way to the original Kelly / Warner Internet law blog. Each month, we review cases of interest to online businesses and entrepreneurs. Sometimes, we dole out legal tips regarding online fraud, unfair competition, startup legalities, marketing, business, intellectual property and defamation.
“Can someone use my name – or my company’s name – in their Adwords campaign?” As a firm that focuses on Internet law issues, we hear that question – a lot. And some folks are surprised to learn that, on occasion, the answer is: “Maybe.” After all, as they say: Alls A whole lot is Read MoreRead »
CobbleBot is a Texas-based 3-D printer company. Recently, it battled a bout of consumer backlash. But was the backlash defamatory?Read »
The FTC has a new CTO — one with impressive industry credentials. His name is Ashkan Soltani, and he knows a lot about online privacy. Will his hire affect the industry in a dramatic way?Read »
The Federal Trade Commission made a video game. It’s goal is to entertain while teaching people about the finer points of weight loss marketing regulations. Corny or fun? You decide.Read »
What is puffery? Is it legal? Is it considered false advertising? We’ll break down the basics of what the Federal Trade Commission calls “marketing puffery” in this blog post.Read »