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Facebook and Suicidal Thoughts

A federal court in Seattle, Washington issued a decision last week in Rebecca Peer v. F5 Networks, Inc. that offers an interesting example of the impact that social media can have on the employer-employee interactive process in the disability arena.

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UPDATE: Whose Account Is It Still?

Do employers want an update on the Twitter account ownership case?

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Social Media Advisor – Social Networking May Be Bad For Your Health

Can Facebook trigger an asthma attack?

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Social Media Advisor – Staying On Top Of GINA

Why should employers stay on top of GINA?

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Social Media Advisor – Insubordination (Alleged) With A Different Result?

Why couldn’t an employer this time terminate an employee for angry tweets?

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Social Media Advisor – Walking the Tightrope of Insubordination and Concerted Activity

Can employees blast their employer and still keep their jobs?

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Social Media Advisor – That’s Why They Call It A Trend

Can employers rely on another court decision to obtain private passwords and user names from an employee bringing a lawsuit?

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Social Media Advisor – Background Checks The New-Fashioned Way

Should employers use social media to check an employee’s credit history?

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Social Media Employment Law Blog is devoted to the interplay between social media and employment law, an extremely topical and significant area of law for employers in this new technology era. Published and edited by Michael Schmidt, Vice Chair of the Labor & Employment Department, Mike concentrates in representing management in all facets of employment law and has been frequently quoted on employment law topics, and is regularly interviewed by trade publications and national journals for his opinions on legal trends.
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