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Whose Property Is The Corporate Social Media Account?

by Allen Matkins on

As we have discussed in previous posts, the issues surrounding ownership rights to an employer’s social media account and its contents continues to be a moving target without definitive answers. A federal bankruptcy court...more

Texas Bankruptcy Court 'Likes' Facebook and Twitter Accounts as Property of the Reorganized Debtor

by JD Supra Perspectives on

Bankruptcy courts will continue to confront issues involving social media assets for one primary reason: social media is now an indispensable part of the modern business model....more

Social Media Accounts in Bankruptcy: Business or Personal?

by JD Supra Perspectives on

A bankruptcy judge for the Southern District of Texas recently wrote a 30-page opinion – and sent a man to jail for failure to comply with it – over a modern and unlikely issue: his Facebook page. ...more

Accountant and Attorney Liability Newsbrief - Fall 2014

by LeClairRyan on

In This Issue: - Attorneys’ E-mails to Client’s Independent Contractor May Be Protected by Attorney-Client Privilege - New York Appeals Court Decision Allows Predecessor Counsel to Place Equal Blame on Successor...more

Points & Authorities - Spring 2012

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In This Issue: - Brinker: Meal and Rest Periods Clarified, But... - Dodd-Frank and Bankruptcy Law - New Faces: Points from the President - Celebrity Brands: To Wed or Not to Wed? - How Safe is your...more

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