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Ifrah Law represents businesses and individuals in legal matters and disputes involving Internet advertising and marketing, direct and indirect online sales, electronic-payment processing and interactive gaming.

Collectively, the lawyers on our team have litigated a wide array of e-commerce cases, from defending affiliate advertisers from unscrupulous marketing agencies to preventing the government seizure of an e-payment processing company’s bank accounts. We have handled a number of high-profile FTC and CFTC investigations and enforcement actions involving Internet marketing campaigns and related issues such as the scientific substantiation of advertising claims. We also represent companies targeted by state attorneys general for matters relating to allegedly false or deceptive advertising.

Additionally, as the igaming industry has grown, our attorneys have developed alongside it, representing both companies and individuals in igaming related litigation and counseling. In late 2013, we were selected to serve as igaming legal advisors to the Delaware State Lottery.

Data Privacy

Companies face many challenges regarding privacy matters, and Ifrah Law has extensive experience in this area, including drafting privacy policies, counseling on information rights and storage retrieval and litigating related issues.

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iGaming

Ifrah Law has represented igaming companies in both criminal defense and civil litigation, Our experience with companies in the igaming space is unparalleled.

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Internet Advertising

We help clients navigate issues related to Internet advertising and marketing, direct and indirect online sales, electronic-payment processing and interactive gaming.

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Mobile and Telephone Marketing

Ifrah Law’s telemarketing and Internet marketing law practice is aimed at avoiding and defending private lawsuits filed under the TCPA.

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Online Fraud and Abuse

We understand the many risks that people and companies face as a result of the Internet and we represent clients in issues related to online piracy, online defamation, and domain name infringement.

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TCPA Litigation Explosion Leads to Rule Clarifications

Congress enacted the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (“TCPA”) to protect consumers from unwanted telemarketing, fax marketing, and prerecorded/auto-dialed phone calls. Recently, there has been an explosion in TCPA litigation, including class action litigation. In response, several parties have asked the Federal Communications Commission (“FCC”) to clarify certain of the agency’s TCPA rules to provide relief […]

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TCPA Not Violated When Consumer Voluntarily Provided Number to Business

A federal court in California recently ruled that a plaintiff who was required to enter her phone number to purchase a plane ticket online had consented to receive a text message, and dismissed her claim under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA). A plaintiff’s prior express consent is a major issue in TCPA litigation and […]

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New TCPA Changes Going into Effect Soon – What They Mean

On October 16, 2013, two changes will go into effect in the rules implementing the federal Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA). Importantly, these rules impose stricter requirements on mobile messaging and prerecorded telemarketing calls. The rule changes, announced back in February 2012, may spur further litigation concerning the scope of the TCPA. All businesses should […]

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Affiliate Marketers Need to Be Aware of the CFTC

Some affiliate marketers have recently gotten involved in the risky world of online trading. Online trading, particularly the trading of binary options, has become an attractive alternative for some affiliate marketers to traditional forms of online marketing. However, those companies that do get involved in this market must be aware of the presence of the […]

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‘Marketplace Fairness Act’ Would Change Tax Game for Online Retailers

On May 6, 2013, the U.S. Senate passed the “Marketplace Fairness Act,” which allows states to collect sales tax on online purchases, whether or not the online retailer has a physical presence in the state. If this bill becomes law, it would change the structure that has been in place since the 1992 Supreme Court […]

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