Vemma Preliminary Injunction Hearing: Cautiously Optimistic

I’m not one to report the news. I’m a lawyer, not a reporter. When I write about current events, I write from the context of providing education. I try to take my time and pull out the lessons. Here, I’m reporting on the news. While there’s a lot to be learned from this hearing, those […]

Bitcoin, Cryptocurrencies and MLM: Part 2

In Part 1 of the MLM Cryptocurrency series, I discussed the basics about cryptocurrency MLMs. In this section, I provide specific information to help consumers stay safe. The Basics Before I get into the specifics, I want to answer three questions: (1) What is cryptocurrency? Cryptocurrency is digital money that relies on cryptography. Instead of […]

The Economics of MLM Litigation

Thompson Burton’s MLM law practice often fields questions from companies looking to sue distributors for various reasons. We also take calls from distributors that are being sued by their former network marketing company.  We’ve seen the same issues litigated, over and over, from both sides, across the country. The surface reasons for these suits are […]

Education on Proper Weight Loss Claims

In a society that places a strong emphasis on appearance and in a country where a high percentage of Americans struggle with their weight, the U.S. market for weight–loss products is a booming industry. The FTC, along with other local and state consumer protection agencies, has recently started aggressively enforcing inappropriate claims for weight–loss products. […]

Jason Caramanis Lawsuits Revealed

Jason Caramanis, through his entity Online Communications, LLC, has filed several lawsuits against networkers in Orange County, California over the past few years (9 lawsuits that I could find, though I’ve heard there might be more). Jason Caramanis is a well-known networker known for his aggressive pursuit of other networkers via private deals. The lawsuits […]