Legal Advice for Social Media — 118 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 Christine DeBernardis, about 2 months ago.
Whether you are simply contemplating the idea of divorce or in the middle of a full-on legal battle, your best bet with your social media accounts is to disconnect them. Turn them off.... more
Written by attorney Lori Ann Strobl, about 2 years ago.
In this day and age social networking is widespread and far reaching. A staggering number of this nations workforce is active on at least one social networking site. Because of the... more
Written by attorney Habib Hasbini, about 1 year ago.
Social media law continues to develop with several new cases.
The newest case finding for access by the defense isLargent v. Reed. In that case relevant information about the... more
Written by attorney Kenneth Fenelon, about 1 year ago.
Last week, I wrote a post about when to expect and how to deal with the fact that you may be under surveillance following a workplace injury. Today, I want to address some similar questions... more
Written by attorney James Ostendorf, 4 months ago.
Social media saturates all facets of modern day live. However what we put on websites like Facebook, Vine, Google+, Twitter, ect. may have serious repercussions in the future in a legal... more
Written by attorney Bobby Bollinger, 7 months ago.
Insurance companies and defense lawyers will examine all of your online activity--Facebook, MySpace, LinkedIn, Pinterest, and anything else you are doing. Don't post things that can be... more
Written by attorney Jacob Iraj Kiani, about 1 year ago.
The proliferation of technology use and communication through the use of social media has resulted in an overabundance of distractions for your small business' employees. The growth of... more
Written by attorney Christopher Cobb, over 1 year ago.
By Christopher M. Cobb
With the construction industry working again, construction companies are continuing to look for alternative and non-conventional methods of advertising their... more
Written by attorney Gladys E. Wiles, about 2 years ago.
SOCIAL MEDIA POLICY - Hmmm, does it matter?
Acting General Counsel of the National Labor Relations Board addressed the impact of social media, and has addressed several cases across the... more