The Kelly / Warner Internet Law Blog: Case Studies, Laws, News & Online Business Tips

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Esports Contracts: Avoid Bad Ones

Read about the basics of esport contract negotiations.

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College Esports: Scholarships

Colleges are developing esports programs at breakneck speed.

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Internet law: social media influencer rules

FTC Punishes Influencers That Don’t Disclose

Are you a social media influencer? If so, are you compliant?

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internet law blog: online product counterfeiting

Alibaba Counterfeits: A Legal Overview

Many stateside businesses are finding knockoffs of their products on

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esports lawyer

Esports at the 2022 Asian Games

It’s happening. Esports will be an official medal event in the world’s 2nd largest sport gathering.

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Esports Venues Are Spreading Across U.S.

Esports venues are opening across the country to accommodate the growing audiences.

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Esports: Will China's Law Proposal Hurt Gamers?

A new Chinese law proposal could be a hindrance for professional gamers in the country.

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Made in the USA: What Are The Rules?

What are the marketing rules surrounding “Made in the USA”?

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e-commerce law blog

E-commerce: The Best Jobs Option?

A discussion about the profit potential for e-commerce business over the coming years.

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Start An E-commerce Business

The e-commerce market is booming. Now is the time to start an online retail business.

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Internet Law Blog: Dietary supplement marketing case study

The FTC Sued Prevagen Over A Study

A dietary supplement brand is beefing with the FTC over a scientific study.

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ecommerce lawyer

Blacklisting Alibaba: What Does It All Mean?

The USTR chucked Alibaba back onto the notorious markets list. So, what does that mean for SMBs?

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