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Social Media Advisor – Walking the Tightrope of Insubordination and Concerted Activity

The National Labor Relations Act (“NLRA”) is one of those employment statutes that is rife with misunderstanding in the minds of many employers who believe that the NLRA is only applicable to the unionized workforce.   In fact, while the NLRA

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Posted in Act, advisor, blog, Board, Employment, Facebook, NLRA, Relations, termination, York

Social Media Advisor – Not Your Parents’ Same Old Workers’ Comp System

When you think about the “sexy” kinds of employment-related claims, you tend to think first about discrimination, harassment, and perhaps even trade secret disclosure cases.   You don’t typically think about workers’ compensation claims.    But even workers’ comp cases can have

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Posted in blog, compensation, Duhl, Employment, Gregory, Millner, workers', York

Social Media Advisor – Personal E-Mail, Personal E-Mail Account, Company-Owned System

Can an employer lawfully monitor personal e-mail messages sent by an employee through the employee’s personal, password-protected web-based account if such messages are sent using the employer’s computer?    Court decisions over the past few months suggest problems for employers who

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Social Media Advisor – Playing Nostradamus With Employment Law

We all spend a lot of time analyzing legal developments occurring in the recent past, as well as those that have just happened.   Often neglected is the anticipation of where the legal trend will be taking us in the months

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Social Media Advisor – Keeping It Short And Tweet

  Your employee is being paid millions of dollars each year to perform his job. Right in the middle of today’s tasks, as he is about to receive instruction from his supervisor, your employee takes out his cell phone and posts

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Posted in Employment, NFL, Twitter

Social Media Advisor – Old Claims Still Exist in New Social Media Context

                          One of the difficult things to predict with regard to the use of social media in the employment setting continues to be the extent to which traditional legal claims apply equally to new social media outlets.   We continue

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