Social Media At Work - What's Allowed and What Isn't? PODCAST - Inside Law
Publishing Alone Isn’t Enough, Law Firms Should Have an Integrated Strategy for Their Blogs
Law Firms’ Social Media Strategies Must Line Up with the Rest of Their Client Development Efforts
[Legal Perspective] When Is It NOT Okay to Delete Your Social Media Account?
How Lawyers Should Respond to Negative and Positive Reviews On Yelp
If Marketing Isn’t the Goal of Your Law Blog, How Does It Bring in Work?
D.C. Court Wreaks Havoc on NLRB Pro-Worker Cases
How GCs Use Social Media to Hire Law Firms
Andrea Weckerle on CiviliNation
Serving Legal Documents Through Social Media
How Lawyers Can Optimize Their Profile Feed On LinkedIn
Social Media Law Report - Who Owns Your LinkedIn Account, FTC Guidance on Social Ads, More...
How To Create A Personal Profile On LinkedIn For Lawyers
Your Employer Doesn’t Own Your LinkedIn Account, and They Shouldn’t Try To
The Growing Role of Social Media in Litigation and How to Prepare for It
Two Key Elements Every Social Media Policy Should Include
What Next for the NLRB?
Corporate Law Report: U.S. Manufacturing, Social Media, Online Endorsements, Hart Scott Rodino, More
Corporate Law Report: Economic Espionage Act, Top FCPA Enforcement Actions, Trademark Audits, and More
The Basics of Michigan’s Social Media Password Law & Why It Isn’t Such a Great Idea
As a resource to our clients, the Labor, Employment and Workplace Safety team at K&L Gates has summarized major legislative changes and key cases affecting employers in 2013 in certain key states in which we...more
In This Issue:
- Supreme Court to Address “Changing Clothes” under the FLSA
- First Appellate Court Decision on FLSA’s Nursing Mother Provision
- Courts Continue Trend in Favor of Class Waivers in Arbitration...more
In this issue:
-Inspection of Personnel Records (AB 2674)
-Wage Statements (AB1744)
-Disclosure of Social Media Passwords (AB 1844)
-Criminal History Information Requirements (AB 2343)
Our first Corporate Law Report of the new year offers executives and in-house counsel a look at some of the key stories we are following right now:
What to do about Cybersecurity; how to handle social media from the...more
The California legislature was particularly busy this past session in enacting new laws that directly affect employers in 2013. The new laws address a wide variety of topics, including social media protections for employees;...more
Employment Bulletin -
We wish all of our clients and friends a happy and prosperous New Year. This annual report from Greenberg Glusker’s Employment Department summarizes the new laws that will affect California...more
With the New Year comes a slew of California employment regulations that every company conducting business in the Golden State must follow.
Unless otherwise stated, the following Assembly bills (ABs) go into effect...more
This fall, the California Legislature and Governor passed a number of changes to California employment laws, most of which take effect on Jan. 1. Below is a summary of the changes most likely to have a practical impact on...more
In This Issue:
- When Social Media Becomes Anti-Social
- SB1255: A New Law That Lacks Common Sense
- Employees Given Greater Access to Personnel Records
- New Law Halts Explicit Mutual Wage Agreements
Governor Jerry Brown recently signed bills enacting several new employment statutes. Below are brief explanations of these new laws that affect employers in California. It should be noted that the Governor vetoed AB 1450,...more
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