“Social media law” is all the rage these days, and it’s not hard to see why: employers across the country are desperate to use social media to promote their brands or to rid themselves of undesirable employees, as the case may be. 2012 was the first year that really produced anything like a solid body of law to be analyzed as the first wave of social media lawsuits produced court opinions and a handful of legislatures began to address the issue.
I am sure every lawyer reader knows that the best client development comes from ideas generated while working on an actual matter for a client. That is the time when you make the greatest impression.
A new feature on Google called Interactive Account Manager now allows Google users to selected trusted contacts to receive data from many Google services.
Are you in retail, fashion, or marketing, and getting ready to reject a job candidate because he or she doesn’t have the “look” you want?
Since 2007, executive compensation practices of public companies have been at the forefront of activist shareholders’ and shareholder rights groups’ agendas.
In response to the growing attention paid to “virtual currencies” of various types, FinCEN has issued guidance that attempts to clarify how FinCEN will apply the Bank Secrecy Act and its implementing regulations to this increasingly popular type of retail tender.
The last 24 hours have seen two important Washington developments on the cybersecurity front.