Using Social Media - An Individual Gripe or Concerted Activity? By Labor Law Attorney Jessica Drangel Ochs

On February 27th, Jessica Drangel Ochs (Of Counsel in Meyer Suozzi's Labor law practice, New York City) presented "Using Social Media: An Individual Gripe or Concerted Activity?" at the ABA (American Bar Association) Section of Labor & Employment Law's Committee on the Development of the Law Under the NLRA.

See the PDF below for the full paper.

Jessica's presentation outline considered the following:

* The NLRB General Counsel Applies Long-Standing Legal Principles to the New World of Communication

* Identifying Protected Concerted Activity

* Facebook Communications as Protected Concerted Activity: Where is the General Counsel Drawing the Line?

* Unlawful Employer Handbook Policies and NLRB Settlements

* The Administrative Law Judges' Decisions

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Published In: Labor & Employment Updates

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