This Week in Social Media News (12/14/12)

Another roundup of the Week in Social Media News–a summary of social media news from around the web. As always, the focus of these stories is social media legal news (as opposed to the tens of thousands of stories on social media in general). Having culled through the hundreds of articles I review each week, here are some of the social media discussions I have found to be interesting and (hopefully) applicable (and I promise that more original content is on its way–but you all know how it goes right before Christmas; everyone is trying to get everything filed so they can take 2-3 weeks off between December 20th and January 10th):Social Media News

  • Social-media ownership still a gray area - Scott Horton is a partner in Jaeckle Fleischmann & Mugel LLP and the firm’s resident expert onsocial media law. While he agrees that it’s critical to have sound policies in place, he still sees many employers that haven’t addressed the specific …

It is always good to stay apprised of recent news surrounding social media, particularly how lawyers, attorneys, and other legal professionals are using social media as well as what they are saying. I hope you find this weekly installment of the previous week’s news related to social media and the law to be helpful, informative, and, in certain cases, entertaining. Let’s hope for some more good and interesting news in December!

My thanks to Google NewsBing News, and other news outlets for helping me find and share these stories.

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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