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Employer Privacy: Is Your Non-Solicitation Agreement Current In the Modern Age of Social Media?

We are frequently reminded that the “old” attending networking events and social dinners model of business development will soon be viewed as archaic and simply too costly. Replacing the traditional networking event and social dinner is the ever increasing and efficient use of social media. To this end, companies commonly use social media, such as…

Employer Liability for Disciplining Employees Based on their Facebook Likes…OMG?!

Social media allows people to connect with people that they know and investigate people that they do not know. Employers commonly use social media as a tool to discover information about job applicants and to monitor their employees’ online activities. However, employers should beware of the litigation potential before disciplining their employees for social media…


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