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Whitney Gibson to Lead 8/27 Webinar: ‘How to Come Out on Top When Dealing With Negative Reviews’

Whitney Gibson led a webinar titled, “How to Come Out on Top When Dealing With Negative Reviews.” The live webinar, hosted by the Association of Strategic Marketing, took place on Wednesday, August 27, 2014 from 1:00 to 2:00 p.m.  It was primarily designed for marketing directors, managers, social media managers, presidents, vice...

White Paper (PDF) – In-House Counsel Guidebook: How to Handle Internet Defamation and Online Reputation Attacks

Businesses and professionals are frequently the victims of online reputation attacks, including instances of internet defamation. Given that a legal analysis is often involved when determining how to handle these online attacks, in-house legal counsel will often be asked for input. The In-House Counsel Guidebook provides insights for in-house counsel,...

Federal Judge: Company May Unmask Anonymous Internet Posters Via Subpoenas

On July 11, 2014, tech news website Ars Technica published a short post about a federal district court judge in Washington who recently granted a company’s request to “unmask” anonymous Amazon.com reviewers and Craigslist posters. Ubervita, LLC is “one of the top sellers of nutritional supplements on Amazon.com,” at least...

White Paper (PDF): Subpoena Guide for Identifying Anonymous Internet Posters

Online reputation attacks have become one of the easiest and most impactful ways for persons to damage businesses and individuals.  These attacks, such as defamatory online reviews, can originate from many sources and on various platforms.  Such internet attacks are frequently carried out anonymously, through the use of pseudonyms or other...

Dallas P.D. Fumbles Arrest News About Brother of the NFL’s Aqib Talib

#BREAKING: Oops. On Sunday morning, Maj. Max Geron tweeted from his official Dallas Police Department Twitter account, @MaxDPD, that NFL cornerback Aqib Talib had been arrested for throwing bottles and causing a disturbance at a Dallas club. The tweet about the 1:45 a.m. arrest was later retweeted by the Department’s...