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Like it or not, social media has become the norm. Social Media sites such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, as well as other informationsharing sites and blogs have forever changed the way people communicate. Employers need to recognize that their employee's personal use of these social networking websites - whether or not the employer permits personal use of these websites at work - is rife with these potential employment issues and other legal exposures, such as potential claims or employee harassment, unfair labor practices and unauthorized disclosure of statutorily-protected information about the company, its customers and employees. This session will address how employers can avoid exposure arising from such risks and how employers need to protect themselves.
Stuart R. Buttrick, partner, Faegre Baker Daniels LLP
Joel Patrick Schroeder, associate, Faegre Baker Daniels LLP