Organisations that breach their Legal and Regulatory responsibilities when building their online presence on social media are at risk of being pursued by the Competition and Markets Authority. 

It is now more important than ever to have a good understanding of the rules around Advertising Law in the Social Media environment where a breach of the Rules and Regulations can be far more costly than the benefit of a campaign going viral.  

Watch this webinar with Steve Kuncewicz, Principle Lawyer at Slater and Gordon, and James Leavesley, CEO of CrowdControlHQ, as they discuss the new legal frameworks that include social media.

Steve is recognised as one of the UK's leading experts on the legal issues of social media, and has written two books on the subject. 

Through case studies and a guide to the legal and regulatory requirements, Steve will help you to make the most of the opportunity which social media presents whilst managing your risks in this fast-changing environment.

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Steve Kuncewicz

Steve is a principal lawyer in the business advisory team at Slater and Gordon Lawyers in Manchester.

He specialises in intellectual property, media and social media law with a particular emphasis on the creative, digital and technology sector.

He has given interviews to the local and national press through BBC Breakfast, Sky News, ITV, BBC Radio 2, BBC Radio 4, BBC Radio 5 Live and LBC London, and written two specialist books: "Legal Issues of Web 2.0 and Social Media", 2011, and "Legal Issues of Corporate Communication in the Online World", 2012.

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James Leavesley

James is the CEO and founder of CrowdControlHQ, the UK’s leading social media risk management and compliance platform, built for enterprise.

James has spent the last 5 years working with some of UK's leading private and public sector organisations in helping them how to exploit the opportunity of social media whilst managing both their reputation and the risks of social media engagement.