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Social Media and the Workplace: Best Practices for Avoiding Liability

November 27, 2012

10th Annual Nassau/Suffolk Chapter of NCCPAp/IRS Long Island Tax Professionals Symposium

In this program, Andrew W. Singer discussed myriad and unique legal risks stemming from employees' use of social media. Andrew addressed how social media implicates privacy concerns; restrictive covenants; confidentiality; discrimination; the NLRA; FTC Guidance; productivity; I.P.; tort liability; using sound judgment; and implementing social media policie


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