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Network interference - a legal guide to the commercial risks and rewards of the social media phenomenon
  • Reed Smith LLP
  • European Union, Global, United Kingdom, USA
  • April 22 2014

Social media is a revolution in the way in which corporations communicate with consumers. This White Paper will help you to maximise the huge


Social media's impact on hiring, management and discipline: what every employer needs to know
  • Employment Practices Solutions Inc
  • USA
  • September 2 2013

Remember when only birds "tweeted" and writing on someone's wall or "tagging" was graffiti that could get you in trouble with the police and courts


Who owns an employee’s LinkedIn account?
  • Ogletree Deakins
  • USA
  • May 3 2013

LinkedIn is a social media site catering exclusively to professionals with 200 million registered users in 200 countries. For many businesses


Expect focus - volume III, Summer 2014
  • Carlton Fields Jorden Burt
  • USA
  • September 16 2014

EXPECTFOCUS is a quarterly review of developments in the insurance and financial services industry, provided on a complimentary basis to clients and


Avoiding defamation claims in connection with employee terminations
  • Vedder Price PC
  • USA
  • October 5 2012

Defamation claims are on the rise in the workplace


Social media defamation victories assist companies in fighting reputational attacks
  • Governo Law Firm LLC
  • USA
  • January 9 2013

A company's reputation is often its most important asset. Damage to reputation can lead to lost customers, revenue, investors, and employees. Not


Federal ALJ says social media policy cannot require employees to state that their opinions are not those of the company
  • Parker Poe Adams & Bernstein LLP
  • USA
  • May 30 2014

In recent years, the National Labor Relations Board has attacked a range of employer social media policies that sought to restrict employees'


PhoneDog v. Kravitz settlement points to need for agreements on ownership of social media accounts
  • Jackson Lewis PC
  • USA
  • December 12 2012

Last December, PhoneDog, a mobile phone website, sued Noah Kravitz, after he resigned from the company, alleging that he improperly took control of his Twitter account and approximately 17,000 Twitter followers when he left


Court issues decision in Eagle v. Morgan: employee owns LinkedIn account but fails to recover any damages against former employer
  • Seyfarth Shaw LLP
  • USA
  • April 3 2013

The ownership of social media accounts in the employment context remains a very hot topic. We've previously blogged about the the case of Eagle v


NLRB holds employer unlawfully discharged employees due to critical Facebook posts
  • Arent Fox LLP
  • USA
  • December 28 2012

In a recent 3-1 decision, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB or Board) ruled that a nonprofit employer violated the National Labor Relations Act