Published on April 25, 2018 5 Marketing Agency Horror Stories of Non-Compliance Get the Webinar Recording Now From ad copy blunders, to wrongful testimonials and click fraud, marketing agencies have gotten themselves into some terrifying legal trouble by not complying with the law. Thing is, most marketing agencies don’t even know what their legal obligations are. Hear from one of the top FTC lawyers in the US as he shares haunting tales of the worst blunders marketing agencies have committed on behalf of their clients. Here’s What You’ll Learn: If there is one webinar you attend this year, this should be it. Don’t miss out on this rare opportunity to get legal guidance* on how to protect your marketing agency from becoming the next compliance horror story! And trust us, being incorporated won’t save you! These are the areas we’ll cover, one horror story at a time: FTC Liability UGC Content and Copyright Privacy, Publicity and GDPR And so much more! *This webinar’s content is for informational purposes only. Information shared during this webinar does not constitute actual legal advice. Web.com nor FTC Guardian is responsible for outcomes originating from the answers, advice or assistance provided by these experts during the webinar. Your Webinar Hosts Chandal Nolasco da Silva Content Director, Acquisio With nearly a decade of digital marketing experience, Chandal has created content strategies for both the biggest and sometimes the most unexpected markets, while developing strategic relationships with editors and publishers. Chandal contributes to some of the highest authority industry publications, has been featured in industry events and is thrilled to be Acquisio’s Content Director. Frederick L. ("Chip") Cooper III, Esq. Attorney, Jones & Haley, P.C./Atlanta CEO & Founder, FTC Guardian Chip is a full-time compliance attorney for digital agencies and online businesses representing an Atlanta law firm Jones & Haley. He is also the Co-Founder and CEO of FTGuardian.com, who is renowned for their FTC Compliance Training. With a 20 year track teaching law at Wake Forest University, Chip is no stranger to education and has a real talent for storytelling. With an additional degree in business from the University of Georgia, Chip brings together his expert knowledge of the law and business to provide highly sought after consulting services to marketing agencies and large commercial brands alike.