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Social Media 2018: Addressing Corporate Risks
John F. Delaney
Corporate & Securities, Employment, Intellectual Property
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Friending, Tagging and Tweeting: Social Media Overview
Chapter 2. The Social Media Phenomenon
Chapter 3. Hot Issues in Social Media Advertising
Chapter 4. Social Media in the Workplace (PowerPoint slides)
Chapter 5. Costco Wholesale Corporation and United Food and Commercial Workers Union, Local 371, Case No. 34-CA-012421, 358 NLRB 106 (2012)
Chapter 6. Karl Knauz Motors, Inc. d/b/a Knauz BMW and Robert Becker, Case No. 13-CA-046452, 358 NLRB 164 (2012)
Chapter 7. Dish Network Corporation and Communication Workers of America, Local 6171 and Eric Sutton, JD(ATL)–30–12, Case Nos. 16-CA-62433, 16-CA-66142, 16-CA-68261, NLRB Div. of Judges, Atlanta (November 14, 2012)
Chapter 8. Report of the Acting General Counsel Concerning Social Media Cases, National Labor Relations Board, Memorandum OM 12-31 (January 24, 2012)
Chapter 9. Report of the Acting General Counsel Concerning Social Media Cases, National Labor Relations Board, Memorandum OM 12-59 (May 30, 2012)
Chapter 10. “Social media” defined: CA LAB § 980; N.J.S.A.34:6B-5; and VA Code Ann. § 40.1-28.7:5
Chapter 11. The Impact of the ePrivacy Regulation on Facebook and Google (September 19, 2017)
Chapter 12. Don’t Get Your Wires Crossed When Cross-Device Tracking (February 13, 2017)
Chapter 13. Start Your Engines: We Have to Deal With GDPR, What Now? (April 13, 2017)
Chapter 14. IT Law Alert, Ossian Law P.C.
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