What if you only had 1 hour to teach your employees about advertising laws?
I usually reserve at least 25% of the time for questions and conversation, so now you're down to 45 minutes.
Given the large number of advertising laws on the books, it's not immediately apparent which topics corporate counsel should include in their legal training presentation. Realistically, it might take 4-5 hours to give employees a presentation covering every advertising law. Obviously you're not going to get that much time.
As we've previously covered in the InHouseOwl Ultimate Guide on Antitrust Training, corporate counsel need to start with the basics. What do employees need to know? And when do they just need to spot a red flag and report back to legal?