Demystifying the Facebook Firing Case

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This article takes a closer look at the NLRB's now infamous "Facebook Firing" case, and offers drafters of social media policies some practical advice on how to draft a lawful social media policy. The author points out that guidance on this issue is to be found in existing NLRB law and advice memorandums,and also offers some sample language.

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