Richard Raysman

Richard Raysman

Holland & Knight LLP

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First Amendment Does Not Prevent State From Firing Employee For Derogatory Facebook Comments

Though the First Amendment affords greater free speech protections for government employees relative to those in the private sector, the speakers do not have carte blanche to insult or deride whomever they see fit. Rather,...more

11/18/2013 - Facebook First Amendment Free Speech Public Employees Social Media Termination

Facebook User Voluntarily Shared Image; Cannot Claim "Reasonable Expectation of Privacy" under Fourth Amendment

It's not far-fetched to say that this blog could run every day solely on posts analyzing the recent legal developments regarding Facebook. As the social networking behemoth has become a functionally ubiquitous presence in the...more

10/24/2013 - Facebook Privacy Policy Reasonable Expectation of Privacy Social Media

Angry Facebook Posts and Tweets by Passenger about an Airport Employee Considered Expression of Frustration and Therefore not...

Twitter, Facebook and other social networking sites have become the latest battleground between two often conflicting legal concepts: the right of a person to speak freely, even in a vitriolic way, versus the right of another...more

10/16/2013 - Defamation Emotional Distress Damages Facebook False Light Free Speech Invasion of Privacy Slander Social Media Twitter

Serving Process, User Harassment and Misappropriation of User Likenesses: A Review of Recent Cases Involving Facebook

Along with Google, no entity is more ubiquitous on the internet these days than Facebook. Expectedly, the social networking giant, which was recently valued at over 100 billion dollars, has found itself involved in a surfeit...more

9/18/2013 - Facebook Harassment Misappropriation Privacy Policy Service of Process Social Media

Courts Attempt to Reign in Social Media Use by Jurors

Technology has indeed infiltrated the jury box. Jury service, which necessarily involves hours of quiet observation of the proceedings, evokes, for some, a hunger for expression or quick entertainment....more

2/5/2013 - Juror Misconduct Jury Instructions Social Media

FFIEC Issues Proposed Guidance on Social Media Risks and Compliance

The Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC) released a proposed guidance regarding the applicability of consumer protection, compliance and privacy laws to social media usage by banks, credit unions, and...more

1/28/2013 - Compliance FFIEC Risk Mitigation Social Media Social Media Policy

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