Employees’ Tweets Lead to FTC Enforcement

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On November 25, 2014, the United States Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) proposed consent orders regarding two companies who allegedly mislead consumers.   Specifically, the FTC alleged that Sony Computer Entertainment America (“Sony”) and Deutsch LA (Sony’s advertising agency for the PS Vita game console launch), misled consumers with deceptive product endorsements for the PS Vita.  […]

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James Wu

James Y. Wu contributes a monthly column on Social Media and Employment Law. For over 15 years, James has provided day-to-day counseling and advice to employers regarding compliance with employment laws and reducing the risks of employment-related claims and lawsuits. He also provides strategic litigation services when claims and lawsuits do arise. After practicing at some of the nation’s leading law firms, James opened his own law office in order to continue to provide his top-notch service at a much more reasonable rate for his clients. James earned his JD from Boston College Law School and both his BA and MA from Stanford University. +James Wu

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