Yearly Archives: 2013

It’s The Relationships, Stupid – 2013 Wrap Up (Part 2 of 2)

It is this time every year, as I am wrapping things up over at “social media and employment law blog” central, that I am reminded of that election campaign more than twenty years ago when Bill Clinton coined the phrase

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Lessons From Naked Pictures

What can your company take away from allegations of pornography?

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Double Take – An NLRB Win For Employers?

Did the NLRB just say “case dismissed”?

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Done With Lady Gaga

Can Lady Gaga still help employers?

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What’s Not To Like About Protected Speech?

To like or not to like – Can we renew the question?

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Going Gaga Over Wage And Hour Obligations

Are you going Gaga over paying your employees?

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Post Summer Part 5 of 5 – Continuing the Discovery

Can an employer discover whether its employee is taking breaks on Facebook?

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Post Summer Part 4 of 5 – Logos, Lids and Lenses

Can an employer require employees to wear only company logos, and forbid employees from taking pictures of company logos?

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Post Summer Part 3 of 5 – Passive Recipient or Active Trickery?

If an employee’s Facebook post can reasonably support an adverse job action, does it matter how the employer acquired the post?

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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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