Seven sure steps for restaurants to avoid the legal risks of digital marketing
Digital-marketing tools make it easier than ever for restaurants to reach their customers, but these technologies also bring new risks for violating trade and advertising laws, according to Seattle-based law firm Davis Wright Tremaine LLC, whose restaurant practice includes Starbucks Coffee, California Pizza Kitchen and Carlson Restaurants. In a webinar titled, “Navigating Marketing and Advertising Laws in a Digital Economy for the Restaurateur,” attorney Nancy Derwin-Weiss ...
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