We recently celebrated the Sweepstakes Law Blog’s six-month anniversary. We've had a couple of growing pains along the way, but it's been a real pleasure to bring you information, news and legal commentary on all things related to sweepstakes law.
Some highlights from our first six months:
- much-read post about Facebook's promotions rules
- Our "Sweepstakes" nightmares series, which parsed some common problems companies encounter with sweepstakes (Part 1, Part 2)
- My exclusive three-part interview with Liz Compton, Florida's top sweepstakes regulator (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3)
We're proud of our work, but a blog is only as effective as its readers. To that end, I want to extend a heartfelt thank you to everyone who’s read, shared or responded to a post. I’ve enjoyed communicating with you about this dynamic area of law, and I’m always available if you have questions about creating a sweepstakes, contest or promotion.
If you’ve enjoyed any of our Sweepstakes Law Blog posts and have a spare moment, please consider recommending my blog for the ABA Journal’s Blawg 100. Here’s a link to the short recommendation form. Just enter our URL (www.thompsoncoburn.com/sweepstakeslawblog) and gift us with a kind word or two. Voting ends Sept. 7.
Thank you again. I appreciate your support!
This post was written by retired Thompson Coburn partner Dale Joerling. If you have any questions about the topics discussed in this post, please contact Thompson Coburn partner Hap Burke.