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
Social media at work: What's allowed and what isn't? Facebook and LinkedIn are eradicating the carefully crafted compartments that generations have relied upon in leading their lives. Denver attorney Sean Gallagher shares how...more
Like it or not, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and other social media is playing a larger role in our everyday business lives. Nowadays, many companies are using social networking to maintain their client list and further...more
“Three can keep a secret if two are dead.” — Benjamin Franklin.
In the shrinking world of social media, privacy seems to be an all but forgotten concept. But in the world of business, trade secrets are critical to...more
Trish-Ann Tremblay had entered into a settlement agreement with her former employer, 1168531 Ontario Inc., on September 13, 2011, with respect to the Human Rights Application she had filed against 1168531 Ontario Inc.. The...more
One of the drawbacks of a global economy is the rise in trade secret theft. In the absence of a seamless global enforcement infrastructure foreign actors have had little fear of being caught and suffering any consequences. ...more
Recent National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) decisions have made it clear that employees’ comments on social media sites may be protected activities. Consequently, it’s more important than ever for employers to have clear...more
In This Issue:
- The Definition of “Supervisor” Under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964
- Who Owns Your Twitter Account?
- Excerpt from Who Owns Your Twitter Account?
Do you have a Twitter...more
Do you have a Twitter account for your business that your employees access? Do any of your employees’ tweet using a Twitter handle that includes your company’s name? If so, you need to update your social media policy in order...more
We previously reported on the lawsuit over ownership of Twitter followers, when an employee left PhoneDog and changed the twitter handle of an account that had been used to tweet to PhoneDog customers....more
In my presentations on social media this year, I’ve talked a bit about the Phonedog v. Kravitz case where an employer sued a former employee who continued to use the company Twitter account he had started....more
Social media websites have become an integral part of business practice as a means of fast and inexpensive communication for businesses and individuals alike to make prospective employment contacts, build brands and expand...more
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...more
Many folks use LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook for business. When an employee leaves, what's that social media account worth? Saying that the account password and business contacts are trade secrets, some companies have...more
As most employers know, restrictive covenant agreements, often referred to as Confidentiality Agreements or Proprietary Information Agreements, are not the only documents that can be used to protect employers’ confidential...more
Everybody in the modern workforce is involved in social media in one way or another. Think about it. Even if your company does not utilize social media (which is becoming less and less likely), it is almost certain that your...more
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