When you need assistance with advertising and marketing litigation, regulatory enforcement defense, intellectual property, digital media concerns or advertising issues you need to consult with an experienced internet lawyer.

As these issues can be extremely complicated it’s difficult to figure out on your own and you may not want to retain an attorney when you are not familiar with how the process works.

Avoid Common Mistakes

One of the worst things you can do in this situation is to conduct your own research and try to manage the legal concern on your own.

Online Research

Research found online may not be accurate and this could lead you to make a big mistake in your case.

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At the same time, you may be hesitant about the work involved in finding a lawyer and you may be under the impression that your internet law question is one that could be answered over the phone or in a basic consultation with an attorney.  In these cases, a prepaid legal plan may be the right answer.

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A prepaid legal plan gives you access to a network of more than 20,000 lawyers all over the U.S. so that you don’t have to do the research legwork to find the right fit. You can also schedule a phone call immediately so that you better understand the logistics of the concern.

A prepaid legal plan can allow you to connect with an internet lawyer to assist you with any of the following types of claims:

  • Data aggregation compliance
  • Co-registration marketing agreements
  • Internet and telemarketing law litigation
  • Promotions law
  • Commercial contracts
  • Trade secrets and employment agreement litigation
  • New media and technology
  • Internet defamation law
  • Contest and sweepstakes law
  • Incorporations, shareholder’s agreements and operating agreements
  • Mobile application and technology licensing agreement
  • Deceptive advertising litigation
  • Consumer protection laws and regulations
  • Telemarketing compliance
  • List and data management
  • Performance, marketing agreement and guidelines
  • FTC and CFPB issues
  • Regulatory compliance review concerns
  • Privacy and data security laws
  • Commercial contracts
  • DMCA take down notices
  • Social commerce and E commerce law
  • Website terms and conditions and privacy policies.

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