Understanding the dynamic of each business operation in conjunction with the relationships of the players, flow of deliverables, data and funds is necessary to defend claims, violations and lawsuits, in the digital marketing space.

The firm has the knowledge and practical experience to defend against the various claims raised in the ever changing online and digital marketing arena.

Claims alleging compliance violations are often made under state or federal laws prohibiting unfair, deceptive or fraudulent trade practices (which is known as FDUPTA in Florida), which lawsuits can result in injunctions, frozen accounts and immediate problems that require quick, decisive action.

Knowledge of the law is not enough to mount an effective defense against internet related claims and lawsuits. Understanding the dynamic of each business operation in conjunction with the relationships of the players, flow of deliverables, data and funds is necessary to defend claims, violations and lawsuits, in the digital marketing space. The firm has the knowledge and practical experience to defend against the various claims raised in the ever changing online and digital marketing arena. Some examples include the following:


  • Violations of the federal Controlling the Assault of Non-Solicited Pornography and Marketing Act of 2003 (CAN-SPAM) and local state anti-SPAM statutes can result in huge fines for sending SPAM email, also known as bulk email or UCE (short for unsolicited commercial email).
  • Lawsuits filed under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act or TCPA, often brought as class actions, are dangerous due to the fact that there is no limitation on damages and the company’s owners, officers and directors can be held liable.
  • Claims alleging compliance violations are often made under state or federal laws prohibiting unfair, deceptive or fraudulent trade practices (which is known as FDUPTA in Florida), which lawsuits can result in injunctions, frozen accounts and immediate problems that require quick, decisive action.
  • Compromised data or “data breach” events can be devastating. A data breach may trigger a company’s obligation to comply with specific legal requirements to notify and work with government authorities, conduct digital forensic and system security analysis, or provide notice to anyone whose data was compromised