Competitor’s Ads Go Too Far? Kick ‘Em into the NAD

What options do you have when your competitor’s advertisements stretch the truth, to your competitive disadvantage? Every business sells something. And they all want to potential customers to notice them–to hear their ads amidst the noisy background of their competitors’ marketing. On top of that, we’ve all come to have certain expectations of advertisements–that they’ll […]

[VIDEO] Augmented Reality Law, Privacy and Ethics

On April 17, 2015, I was a featured speaker at the “Augmented Reality and Perfect Vision By 2020” event hosted by Dave Lorenzini and the Seattle Augmented Reality meetup group. My 45-minute presentation summarized the contents of my book Augmented Reality Law, Privacy and Ethics, published in January 2015 by Elsevier.  [You can get 30% […]

Digital Evidence: Discovery, Authentication, and Admissibility

Earlier this week, I had the privilege of presenting two Continuing Legal Education sessions for Michigan judges on the topic of social media and other digital evidence. We reviewed the various use cases in which lawyers most often rely on digital evidence; the various methods used to regulate discovery of social media posts; the challenges […]