June 7, 2018, New York, N.Y. - The Global Advertising Lawyers Alliance ("GALA") has released the second edition of Social Media: A Global Legal Perspective. The book summarizes the laws and self-regulatory guidance governing advertising in social media in more than 65 countries, from Argentina to Zimbabwe.The book is available on Amazon ( ) and directly from GALA ( ).  
In addition to updating the existing chapters, the second edition of Social Media: A Global Legal Perspective includes more than a dozen new chapters, covering Bulgaria, Cyprus, the Dutch Caribbean, Egypt, Guatemala, Hong Kong, Jamaica, Japan, Kenya, Malaysia, Mexico, Nigeria, Puerto Rico, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia. and the United Arab Emirates.
"We are very pleased to release the second edition of Social Media: A Global Legal Perspective," said Jeffrey A. Greenbaum, Chairman of GALA and Managing Partner of Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Selz in New York. "This revised and expanded edition should be a useful resource to marketers who are using social media to connect with consumers around the world."
GALA's Social Media book is part of a series of advertising law guides published by GALA, which also includes Advertising Law, Alcohol Advertising, Ambush Marketing, Green Marketing, and Sweepstakes & Contests. These books are also available on Amazon and directly from GALA.
With firms representing more than 90 countries, each GALA member has the local expertise and experience in advertising, marketing and promotion law that will help your campaign achieve its objectives, and navigate the legal minefield successfully. GALA is a uniquely sensitive global resource whose members maintain frequent contact with each other to maximize the effectiveness of their collaborative efforts for their shared clients. GALA provides the premier worldwide resource to advertisers and agencies seeking solutions to problems involving the complex legal issues affecting today's marketplace.
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Stacy Bess

Global Advertising Lawyers Alliance (GALA)

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