Legal Advice for Internet Posts — 65 results
Written by attorney Thomas M Dunlap, over 1 year ago.
The potential downside of socialmedia.
It seems that almost universally new businesses believe in the positive utility of social media in the business marketplace. I would like to offer to... more
Written by attorney Jackson Hilliard, over 1 year ago.
Why you shouldnt post threats on Facebook.
You really shouldnt post threats on Facebook for several reasons. The act of threatening people is not very nice. Your Facebook friends probably... more
Written by attorney Frank Natoli, over 1 year ago.
The number one concern I have observed with our clients online terms and agreements is NOT with the substantive drafting of the provisions, but with the way these contracts (and yes, they... more
Written by attorney Alexander Montgomery, over 1 year ago.
Employers are increasingly using social media policies to regulate what their employees say online in an effort to protect their companys reputation. The National Labor Relations Board (... more
Written by attorney Justin Lowenthal, almost 2 years ago.
The Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act ("E-Sign") (15 USC 7001-7031) grants parties the ability to contract electronically, defining an "electronic signature" broadly... more
Written by attorney Nicklaus Misiti, over 1 year ago.
Internet defamation is becoming a serious problem on the internet and many victims are at a loss for how to handle it or what action to take.
Generally it can be very difficult, if not... more
Written by attorney Max Eldon Harger, almost 2 years ago.
Can you sue a person or business for hacking your Facebook, Twitter, Email, Computer, Home Network and Internet Service Accounts?
Lets say you recently learned that someone hacked your... more
Written by attorney Zachary Levine, almost 2 years ago.
On April 5, 2012, President Obama signed into law the Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act (or JOBS Act), which makes rather significant changes to the way that money can be raised for many... more
Written by attorney Daniel Rosenthal, almost 2 years ago.
This question comes up on Avvo at least weekly, if not daily. Sites like Mugshots.com and other similar sites are growing in number, more digitized criminal records, this is becoming more... more
Written by attorney Jeremy S Geigle, over 1 year ago.
Are you one of the many thousands of U.S. consumers who actively research restaurants and other companies before you decide where to spend your money? Review sites like Yelp and Angies List... more