Travis Crabtree

Travis Crabtree

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To Fire or Not to Fire for Employee’s Social Media Posts

After watching the firing of the digital communications manager for the Houston Rockets during their run through the playoffs (read the story here in the Houston Chronicle).  I figured it would be a good time to revisit the...more

5/1/2015 - Employment Policies NLRB Offensive Language Protected Activity Social Media Social Networks Twitter

You “Like” Me, You Really “Like” Me – Looking At The Legal Effect Of Facebook Likes And Friends

Is liking something expressive activity protected by the First Amendment? Does being a Facebook “friend” create the appearance of impropriety requiring the judge to recuse himself from the case?...more

5/24/2013 - Facebook Facebook Friends NLRB Social Media

Firing Employees For Their Social Media Content – First, Stop And Think [Audio]

Much has been written about whether you can fire someone for what they put on Facebook. Your gut reaction may be that surely if someone talks bad about the company, you can fire them. The National Relations Labor Board...more

1/29/2013 - Facebook First Amendment Free Speech Hiring & Firing NLRB Protected Concerted Activity

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