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Inbound Marketing Webinar Series: Social Media, Blogging & The Law

By Chad PollittNov 19, 2010

Inbound Marketing WebinarThanks to everyone that joined Kuno Creative, our Inbound Marketing team and our guest Kenan Farrel, CEO of KLF Legal, for “Avoiding the Legal Pitfalls of Using Blogs for Inbound Marketing” webinar.  If you were unable to attend, or would like a copy of the presentation, feel free to download the webinar slides below.  Soon we will release the full video and audio of the presentation too.

 

Reviewed in the Webinar:

  • Who is Using Social Media and Why
  • How are Lawyers Using Social Media
  • Business and Corporate Blogging
  • Intellectual Property Issues (Copyright, Trademark)
  • DMCA Takedown Notices
  • Criminal Law
  • Defamation (Truth as Defense, Public v. Private Figures)
  • Privacy (Publication of Private Information, “Newsworthy”)
  • Net Neutrality
  • Business Entity Formation Tips for Professional Bloggers

For those of you interested in our new eBook, "The New Legal Networking Guide," feel free to download your copy with discount code "kunolaw" at:

http://www.NewLegalNetworking.com

This webinar was brought to you in partnership with Kenan Farrell of KLF Legal, an Intellectual Property and Entertainment law practice, Kuno Creative Group, LLC., a leading Social Media and Inbound Marketing Agency, and Columbia Financial International, Inc., who has been providing legal solutions for over 106 years.

Very soon we will be announcing more free webinars as part of Kuno's Inbound Marketing Webinar Series.  Expect one to two webinars every month that explore the inbound marketing subjects you wish to learn about.  If you have any ideas for future webinars or feedback on the “Avoiding the Legal Pitfalls of Using Blogs for Inbound Marketing” webinar please leave your comments below.



Avoiding the Legal Pitfalls of Inbound Marketing

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