Following up our LXBN Roundtable on the subject (http://bit.ly/TqYC36), I had the chance to speak with Mintz Levin’s Martha Zackin regarding Eagle v. Edcomm—the case where a departing CEO had her LinkedIn account taken over by her employer. As we discuss in the interview, today’s laws are woefully behind when it comes to dealing with situations like this and employers should instead fill the gaps they create with specific policies. Zackin is an author on her firm’s Employment Matters blog.
Topics: CEOs, CFAA, Eagle v Edcomm, Hiring & Firing, Lanham Act, LinkedIn, Social Media, Trade Secrets
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