Welcome to the Streaming Lawyer!


Mitch Jackson aka The Streaming Lawyer

Mitch Jackson is an early adopter of livestreaming and has spoken at the New York, San Francisco, Los Angles Periscope Summits (Summit.live), and multiple Social Media Days in San Diego. He’s been profiled at INC.com, Mashable, and shared marketing success tips from the stage at Tony Robbin’s Business Mastery Event (2017 and 2018) to an audience of 2,000.

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Awesome Review of My New Book by “The Social Media Professor”

What a wonderful and thoughtful review of my new book, “The Ultimate Guide to Social Media for Business Owners, Professionals and Entrepreneurs” by Chapman University Social Media, Digital & Global Marketing Professor Niklas Myhr, Ph.D. Click here! 

Click here to grab your copy (paperback or Kindle) today!

#1 “New Release” on Amazon in Two Categories!

My new book, “The Ultimate Guide to Social Media for Business Owners, Professionals and Entrepreneurs” is now available! Amazon has rated it a “#1 New Book Release” in two different categories.

Click here to get your copy today (also makes for a great holiday stocking stuffer!)

“Three Social Media Influencer Legal Safety Tips” in 60 seconds or less #mitch60

See the entire #mitch60 video series on YouTube http://bit.ly/mitch60/


Related Posts and Resources (I believe brands, agencies and influencers are going to find this info extremely useful)

Influencer Marketing- Tips for Influencers, Social Media Agencies, Brands and Consumers

Three Ways for Social Media and Digital Companies to Find a Good Lawyer

Nine Questions to Ask Before Hiring a Social Media Business Lawyer

“21 Clauses That Should Be In Every Influencer Marketing Contract”

Hashtags No Longer Protect Influencers. Actually, they never did!

Influencers- How To Avoid Having This Happen To You!

Influencers- How To Avoid Having This Happen To You!

Floyd Mayweather Jr. and DJ Khaled Charged with Cryptocurrency Fraud

On Thursday, champion boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. and music producer DJ Khaled, were charged with promoting cryptocurrency without disclosing they were both being paid to do so.

According to The Securities and Exchange Commission, both Mayweather and Khaled broke the law when they failed to disclose a combined total of $500K in payments to promote the cryptocurrencies.

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