Looking to spend a fascinating morning at the Four Seasons Hotel in New York City? And learn about the future of social media and employment law? And get some CLE credits too? I am pleased to announce that my Firm is sponsoring a dynamic morning seminar on October 5, 2011 entitled “The Future of Social Media and the Law”. Please feel free to click here for an electronic invitation and a means for sending an RSVP if you are interested in attending.
Employer Take Away: What should you as an employer take away from this development?
Many of you have undoubtedly attended seminars where the focus has been solely on past and current developments in social media and the law. While we certainly will be discussing current developments and initiatives in this area, our focus on October 5th will be to discuss where social media is heading and the hot issues that will be facing your company in 2012 and beyond.
Topics will include:
- What’s next in social media and the law – Regulatory changes, intellectual property issues, and strategies for keeping up with social media in your company.
- The next hot topics in social media and employment law – Anticipated government initiatives to regulate employers, drafting effective and realistic social media policies, and strategies for making employment-related decisions based on social media activity.
- The future of social media in litigation – Developing strategies to deal with e-discovery, information preservation, and admissibility issues in the courtroom.
In addition to me and other speakers from my Firm, we are honored to also have a list of guest speakers that to date includes a Regional Director of the NLRB and leaders from the business community on social media and investigation issues. I hope you can join us.