Antibribery enforcement may have gotten off to a slow start in 2013, but the Department of Justice's 12 enforcement actions this year have already surpassed its 2012 enforcement total, according to G
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Social media has changed the way businesses communicate, enabling brands to directly engage with consumers
The tech-savvy marketing professionals that are entrusted to represent a brand on social media are often unaware of the complex legal overlay of the digital world and the potential pitfalls for their
Facebook can be a great business tool—until someone hijacks your page
JPMorgan Chase & Co. and Wal-Mart Stores Inc. are just a couple of the corporate brands that have been ambushed
...very aggressive on the legal side." EMC filed a countersuit for defamation against IBM, which dropped its case. Dacier's company also took StorageTek...
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Facebook can be a great business tool—until someone hijacks your page. Deciding whether to take action depends on whether brand abuse runs afoul of the law, and what effect it's likely to have
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
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