Social Media Policy Update (JDSupra)

For those who don’t know, I am a big fan of JDSupra. The site offers thousands of articles on nearly every legal topic. Some articles are good, other articles are bad, and most are fairly short and straight to the point. Sifting the wheat from the chaff can be a little difficult but there are certainly nuggets of gold to be found within the constant stream of submissions.

One place to always keep your eye on is the Social Media Policy page. It is constantly updated with quality articles from quality writers who are well educated on the topic of social media and its application and effect in a variety of legal areas and scenarios. (And no, I am not one of the writers or featured authors.)

For example, this week you can learn about the NLRB’s determination that (yet another) social media policy violates the NLRA; how employers should address the increasing use of social media by employees; social media corporate policies; and plenty more.

Check the page out and consider subscribing to the news feed. The updates are generally quite germane to employers and the employment environment. The posts will definitely help you stay on top of the latest developments in social media law and best practices.

About Tyson Snow

Tyson B. Snow is a partner at Pia Anderson Dorius Reynard & Moss, LLC, in Salt Lake City. He is considered an expert on social media law, particularly social media law's impact on the workplace and employment. His practice involves all areas of federal court litigation with an emphasis in employment litigation, commercial litigation, and intellectual property litigation, including trademark disputes, cybersquatting, copyrights, and other technology related issues. He also frequently litigates in Utah’s state district and appellate courts. Email: Twitter: @tysonESQ

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