"How One Couple Fought For The Legal Right To Leave A Bad Yelp Review," All Things Considered

December 19, 2016

On December 18, 2016, Joseph C. Sullivan addressed the recently signed Consumer Review Fairness Act, which prohibits businesses from placing non-disparagement clauses into their terms of service, on NPR's All Things Considered radio program. Mr. Sullivan, who regularly advises businesses on how to deal with negative online reviews, explains that some businesses view the law as an effort by consumer review sites to grow their customer base. To listen to and read the full interview, you may visit the NPR website.

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