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Will Delta Airlines ‘Keep Climbing’ With Customers?

By Lori Beam

After its latest move to claim use of customers’ social media images, some are wondering if Delta Airlines should change its slogan from “Keep climbing” to “Keep overreaching”.

In December Delta Airlines made a major update to its SkyMiles […]

Don’t Be Naughty! Be Nice With Holiday Bargain Prices

By Lori Beam

‘Tis the season when you’ll start seeing sale tags shouting “Buy One, Get a Free Xbox,” “Now $100.99, regularly $200.99,” “20% off next week only” and “Lowest prices of the year!”

As you plan your company’s holiday promotions, make […]

As Temperatures Cool, the FTC Puts Chill on Endorsement Disclosures

By Lori Beam

Autumn brings falling leaves and falling temperatures, but this year it also brought the chilling news of a clampdown on social media endorsement practices. This September, just as fall advertising campaigns were kicking off, the FTC:

• Settled the […]

Seigfreid Bingham attorneys named to The Best Lawyers in America© 2018

Seigfreid Bingham is proud to recognize eight attorneys included in The Best Lawyers in America© 2018 edition.

Gordon Gee, Commercial Litigation, Litigation – Securities
Greg Gerstner, Construction Law, Litigation – Construction
Mark Gilgus, Corporate Law, Tax Law
Mark Thompson, Health Care Law
Joe Hiersteiner, Corporate Law […]

Seigfreid Bingham names three new shareholders

October 1, 2017

Kansas City – Seigfreid Bingham is proud to announce three new shareholders of the firm.

John Fuchs, corporate attorney, joined firm in 2012 after graduating from the University of Virginia School of Law. His practice encompasses technology, data, and privacy, […]

Appearance Releases Aren’t Something to Monkey Around With

By Lori Beam

The so-called Monkey Selfie case, just settled in mid-September, shows just how careful you need to be with getting appearance releases

The monkey in question was a macaque in Indonesia who took a grinning selfie using wildlife photographer David […]

School’s Out, But TCPA Class Action Continues

Class is dismissed, but there’s no vacation from consumers bringing class action lawsuits alleging violation of the federal Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA). Because class actions, by definition, must be brought on behalf of a sufficiently large number of similarly […]

To Avoid Kerfuffle, Canada Suspends Private Right to Sue Under Anti-Spam Law

As indicated in my June 6 blog post, the private right of action under Canada’s anti-spam law (CASL) was scheduled to take effect July 1, 2017.

But on June 7, the Canadian government announced it is suspending that private right to […]