Many businesses and professionals are being harmed by negative information that has been published on the internet. Unfortunately, it is now very easy for someone to harm a business by anonymously or pseudonymously publishing damaging content online. Learn how to protect and defend your brand online in today's search engine environment during this upcoming webcast.
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The program is designed to deliver bite-sized, to-the-point compliance training directly to violators of your policies and those who need it.
We are proud to announce our upcoming presentation at the Direct Selling Association 2017 Annual Meeting. As usual, Momentum Factor will deliver the latest cutting-edge content to the world's greatest direct sellers.
Momentum Factor CEO Jonathan Gilliam was recently featured in a MLM.com podcast to provide his thoughts about compliance challenges, reputation issues, and what direct selling companies can do to train their distributors, shape their culture, prevent illegal claims and avoid damage to their online reputations.
Federal Trade Commission Chairwoman Edith Ramirez said in an interview with The Washington Post that she will soon step down as head of the country's most powerful consumer watchdog, after serving more than three years in the role and another three years before that as a commissioner.
Mannatech Inc., a global health and wellness company committed to transforming lives to make a better world, had its CEO and President, Alfredo “Al” Bala, and General Counsel, Erin Barta, share their expertise in building a robust legal and compliance program that serves as a model for the direct sales industry during a keynote presentation at the Direct Selling Legal and Compliance Summit in Dallas, Texas.
More than two months after news broke of a potential settlement, Friday marked the release of the FTC’s Final Order against Vemma and founder BK Boreyko. Despite some exacting standards, Vemma’s ability to conduct business remains intact.
The sixteen-month long lawsuit between the Federal Trade Commission and Vemma Nutrition Company has come to a negotiated resolution under terms which will allow Vemma to continue operating its business under restrictions similar to those contained in a federal court preliminary injunction entered against the company last September