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Terri Seligman

Advertising Lawyer at Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Selz

New York, United States

About Me

I am the Co-Chair of FKKS's Advertising, Marketing and Public Relations Group. My practice covers all advertising and marketing issues ranging from review of advertising claims and their substantiation to the application of marketing and intellectual property laws and laws governing rights of publicity and privacy. I also advise on legal issues concerning advertisers' use of social media, sweepstakes and contests, and laws governing gift cards, reward programs, rebates, and other popular marketing devices. I represent companies in disputes and regulatory matters before the National Advertising Division (NAD), broadcast networks, and state and local enforcement agencies. 

In addition, I draft and negotiate contracts for advertising and marketing arrangements, including celebrity talent deals, sponsorship and co-promotion agreements, media agreements, and licensing agreements. I counsel on digital issues and transactions, including social media, mobile marketing, strategic affiliations, privacy protection, and regulation of advertising and marketing online.

Terri Seligman's Passles

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If It Sounds Too Good To be True...

The New York-based dietary supplement seller, Telomerase Activation Sciences, Inc., and its CEO Noel Patton, have settled charges with...

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Snack Cake Offers Relationship Advice

In what may be one of the more unusual uses of social media by a brand, Little Debbie -- the personification of the snack cake brand sold...

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There's Blood in the Water

In the ongoing battle between competing manufacturers SharkNinja and Dyson, NAD's most recent decision concerns SharkNinja's infomercial...

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NAD Refers Dietary Supplement Ad to the FTC

NAD has recommended that Pharmavite discontinue the claim "Nearly 4X Better Absorption* *than standard fish oil concentrate, following a...

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Oh, We Don't Want To Talk Politics At the Big Game?

CampaignUS is reporting that brands are veering towards humor and nostalgia for their Super Bowl ads, steering clear of topics that could...

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