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In This Issue:
Launching an Exempt Structured Products Program in the United States: Issues for Non-U.S. Banks to Consider; “Big-Boy Letters” Revisited: Pharos Decision Upheld by the Sixth Circuit.; SEC Addresses...more
Yesterday, LinkedIn announced the addition of “Showcase Pages,” which are subsets of Company Pages. Read on as I discuss how this has great utility for law firms.
WHAT ARE SHOWCASE PAGES?
LinkedIn tells us...more
In This Issue:
- OFCCP Releases VEVRAA and Rehabilitation Act Section 503 Final Rules
- US Supreme Court to Decide Whether Severance Payments Are Subject to FICA
- SDNY Rules That NYC Human Rights Law Does Not...more
Following our post on U.S. lawsuits concerning the ownership of LinkedIn and Twitter accounts, we report on a recent United Kingdom High Court ruling that considered who was entitled to operate four LinkedIn Groups, and other...more
A lawsuit filed in Massachusetts state court recently raised the issue of whether a former employee’s LinkedIn post announcing a new job could violate an anti-solicitation clause of a non-compete contract with the former...more
Marketers are embracing LinkedIn as the hottest tool around. LinkedIn’s Influencer Program is drawing huge numbers. So you’d think CMOs of the Fortune 100 would use LinkedIn aggressively to strengthen their companies’ online...more
As a social business specialist at PeopleLinx, I’m asked by my clients every day: “What other tips do you have to help me reach my goals faster?” LinkedIn Groups is my go-to answer. If you’re not leveraging Groups, you should...more
Last time, we looked at whether the media can use images from social media sites applying fair use to several typical situations. Today, we look at the specific terms of service of various popular sites to see if some make...more
I heard this last week, and I hear variations of it all the time.
Lawyers are struggling with social media; they’re always asking me about it, how it works, and whether lawyers need it. ...more
Once in a while, a new LinkedIn feature comes along that makes people rave with excitement. LinkedIn Contacts is generating that kind of buzz at PeopleLinx....more
In my previous post, we looked at some preliminary steps attorneys can take to plan a LinkedIn Group. Once you’ve laid this foundation, it’s time ask yourself three questions...more
While much has been written about how lawyers can have successful blogs, including two recent articles by us at Knapp (see Law Blog Best Practices and Five Ways Lawyers Screw up their Blogs), the truth is that some lawyers...more
The new landscape for lawyers -
Cozen O’Connor Chief Marketing Officer Lisa Haas knew the firm’s attorneys needed help with LinkedIn....more
“What happens if I don’t clean my room?” my son, Taylor, recently asked me.
Originally posted in The National Law Journal on July 29, 2013...more
What happens when the employee who set up the company’s LinkedIn account leaves? ...more
It’s time to get scientific about LinkedIn.
Many marketers, maybe you included, think that the LinkedIn platform hasn’t reached the point where it should be measured by the same standards as “traditional” marketing...more
So, you’ve got your LinkedIn profile complete. You may have even signed up for Twitter. You know you need to continue to build your online presence – it’s impossible to get face time with past, current and prospective...more
Now, more than ever, it’s important to have strong allies on social networks.
A few years ago when social networks were relatively young, it was easier to stand out. Slap a “follow me on LinkedIn/Twitter/Facebook” at...more
I get this question from attorneys A LOT. While my official answer has always been “Don’t connect with people you don’t know,” I still find guilt creeping in and causing me to “Accept” invitations from people I have never...more
With the continually increasing popularity of social media websites like Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn, where members can be connected to friends, family members, co-workers, clients, and potential clients all by logging in...more
Most employers are well aware of the various implications that the social media explosion has on the workplace. The various issues created by Facebook, LinkedIn, and other similar platforms lead to constant requests for...more
When it comes to LinkedIn, there are four kinds of people: Rockstars, Resumators, Rolodexers, and Reactors....more
Add it to the list! ROI is quickly becoming an overused buzzword in corporate settings. However, whenever you make an investment in a business tool, whether it is actual dollars spent or simply your time, it is important to...more
Norah Denley, Senior Research Analyst at LIMRA, released the results of a study last week on the growth of social media in the financial services industry. Among the study’s findings...more
Companies are getting a big surprise these days: Employees are leaving with their LinkedIn accounts and the company’s proprietary list of business contacts. LinkedIn is a well-known, business-oriented social media website...more