Yearly Archives: 2012

Nude Photos: A Positive for Employers?

Can an employee sending racy pictures by e-mail be a good thing for employers?

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The NLRB Takes Its Own Advice

Why CAN’T employers tell employees that they can’t harm the company’s reputation?

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Ferris Bueller And A Juror’s Day Off

Anyone know if you can post trial evidence in real time to your Facebook account? Bueller…? Bueller…?

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The Importance Of Accurate Time/Hours Records In The Social Media Age

Does an employee have to prove he worked, or does the employer have to prove he didn’t work?

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“Facebook Firing” Claims Under State Law Too

Is the NLRB the only source for Facebook firing cases?

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Leaving With The Work Computer On

Can an employee claim a right to privacy if the employee forgets to turn the computer off before leaving?

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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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