IP and Employment Issues of Online Social Networking
Minimizing The Legal Risks of Blogs, Listservs, Myspace...
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
The panel will review these and other key questions:
- How are companies at risk for infringement of IP rights in the online social networking context?
- How can employers effectively and legally take advantage of information posted on Internet sites to learn more about applicants and current employees?
- What ethical issues face attorneys in utilizing online information sharing?
- What are the best practices for companies in creating and implementing policies regarding their own and their employees' use of social networking sites?
Marcia N. Jackson
Her practice includes employment and labor law, counseling, training and internal investigations. She assists... | Read More
Her practice includes employment and labor law, counseling, training and internal investigations. She assists clients in avoiding litigation through regular training, policy updates and implementation. She also handles FLSA wage and hour collective actions and class action discrimination lawsuits filed under Title VII.Close
Kelley Drye & Warren
She is Chair of the Labor and Employment Practice Group and she represents employers in all areas of labor/employment... | Read More
She is Chair of the Labor and Employment Practice Group and she represents employers in all areas of labor/employment law. She litigates and counsels clients in a broad range of employment matters, including theft of trade secrets.Close
Paul H. Arne
Morris Manning & Martin
He co-chairs the firm's Technology Transactions Group and the Privacy and Security Group. He focuses on open source... | Read More
He co-chairs the firm's Technology Transactions Group and the Privacy and Security Group. He focuses on open source software, outsourcing matters, international transactions, and privacy issues. He is also involved with development, manufacturing, and distribution involving medical devices.Close