A small but growing number of lawyers has begun offering services for social media influencers, cashing in on the fast growth in the number of big corporations paying to associate their products with a new kind of celebrity.

It could be an offshoot of the Great Resignation, but a growing number of people is giving up regular 9-to-5 work in order to chase fame and fortune as an influencer. And lawyers offering services to influencers find lots of demand and not much competition for their services.

Jamie Lieberman of Hashtag Legal in Hoboken, New Jersey. Courtesy photo

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