Since our first post in 2011, we at the Sweepstakes Law Blog have been honored and delighted to bring you news and information on all legal aspects of contests, sweepstakes, and other promotions. Our readership has only grown over the last two years, and I look forward to tackling more sweepstakes topics in the months to come. (In particular, I’m especially excited for a few special guest bloggers we’re lining up for the rest of 2013. Stay tuned.)
In case you missed them, here are a few Sweepstakes Law Blog highlights from the last few months:
- Vote farmers plow under Taylor Swift contests
- What you need to know about Canadian sweepstakes and contest regulations
- Florida’s top sweepstakes regulator discusses recent changes to Florida’s game promotion statute
- Our 2013 Boot Camp series
If you have a moment - especially those lawyer-readers out there - I'd very much appreciate your vote for the ABA Journal's Blawg 100 list. Feel free to tell the editors about all your favorite law blogs. Nominations are due by Friday, Aug. 9.
I also want to once again say a heartfelt “Thank You” to everyone who has read, shared or responded to a post. I have thoroughly enjoyed communicating with you about this ever-changing area of law.
As always, please remember that we are always available if you have questions about creating a sweepstakes or if you have any topics that you would like to see discussed in a future post.
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.