Legal Considerations in Influencer and Affiliate Marketing
Legal Considerations in Influencer and Affiliate Marketing



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Course Description

This program was recorded on July 17, 2019

Even if you haven’t heard the term “influencer marketing,” if you use Instagram or Facebook, you’ve likely been part of the audience. Influencer marketing is everywhere, but many lawyers are not yet fluent in the language of this niche. In this CLE, we will review the legal considerations that impact all aspects of influencer marketing, whether you are representing an influencer, blogger, affiliate, brand, agency or anyone in between. From the FTC to the nuances of what contract clauses you must carefully consider, this primer prepares you for the important aspects of working in this industry.

Attorney Danielle LissDanielle Liss
Danielle Liss is General Counsel and Vice President of Affiliate Programs for the FASTer Way to Fat Loss, an 8-figure digital health and fitness program. She is also the CEO of Businessese. Prior to these ventures, Danielle was partner in a law firm focused on the needs of digital businesses. She has also served as Chief Marketing Officer and General Counsel of an influencer network. Danielle is a regularly sought out speaker on legal matters related to influencer and affiliate marketing.

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  1. Overview of what is influencer marketing
  2. Influencer Marketing Contracts (This section will be lengthy)
  3. Key points in negotiating influencer contracts
  4. Website policies – what do influencers need
  5. Affiliate Programs – creating terms that work
  6. Intellectual Property – Common issues in the influencer marketing space