Social Media Influencers and the Business of Fraud

October01

In today’s online and in-demand world, marketing strategies are always changing. Back in the early 2000’s, it was still fairly common to see advertisements of celebrities talking about their favorite products and why people should buy or use them, today’s advertising is much different. Though television and radio ads still exist, they are no longer the norm. Influencer marketing has been on the rise since 2010 and shows no signs of stopping; however, does the practice really work and can it cause more harm to your business than good?

Contracts in Construction: How Breaches Impact the Construction Industry

September26

The construction industry is fertile ground for many different types of breach of contract lawsuits. This post will discuss different ways a construction company or contractor can be held liable in a breach of contract case.

Fashion Label Sued by Company With the Same Name Claiming Trademark Infringement

August15

When it comes to your business’s assets and unique qualities, it’s important your brand identity is protected. Trademark infringement cases in particular are popping up more often in today’s digital age, and it seems as if no brand is immune. Popular fashion label, Off-White™ recently came under scrutiny as a creative design agency with the same name alleged the brand infringed upon the business’s trademarks.