- Casey Hamm
- August 13, 2015
As Tucson and Phoenix personal injury attorneys, we know a thing or two about disclaimers.
Legally, we must have multiple disclaimers on our website and on all of our advertisements.
Not only do disclaimers protect businesses against liabilities, however, they also protect the consumer as well.
Celebrity or law firm, this is no different.
In fact, Kim Kardashian , has recently gotten backlash because she didn’t have a disclaimer on a promotional post for the morning sickness drug “Diclegis” the star has been taking.
The drugmaker Duchesnay Inc., was sent a notice by the FDA requiring proper disclaimers on all promotions including native social media posts.
What do you think about disclaimers in the new age of social media? Should disclaimers be posted on social media posts such as Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter?
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