Faruki Blog

Ohio Appellate Court Affirms Dismissal of Defamation Claims for Lack of Personal Jurisdiction

Earlier this month, Ohio's Second District Court of Appeals affirmed the dismissal of defamation and invasion of privacy claims for lack of personal.. Read More

Influencer Marketing – Influencers Take Heed

In January 2015, I wrote about the one thing every advertiser must know – disclosure laws.  Last January, I wrote about the Federal Trade.. Read More

The Inverse Hearsay Exception

In a seminal public records exception case, the Second Circuit Court of Appeals held that, where proffered hearsay evidence is inadmissible under.. Read More

New Ruling Limits When Officials Can Block Constituents on Social Media

Public officials often rely on social media to connect with their constituents. Platforms like Facebook and Twitter offer unparalleled opportunities.. Read More

Influencer Marketing & Native Advertising – Pervasive, Persuasive & Legally Scrutinized

Last January, I wrote about the one thing every advertiser must know – disclosure laws.  In May 2015, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) updated its.. Read More

Can't Stop the Selfie

Justin Timberlake—singer, occasional actor, and creative gift giver—recently caught controversy when he posted a selfie of his vote to his.. Read More

Ohio Appellate Court Lowers the Bar for Certain False Advertising Claims

In this political season, we will undoubtedly be subject to politicians' fondness for "plausible deniability." Denying responsibility for.. Read More
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