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Tag Archives: Social Media

Employers need clear social media policies (access required)

When insurgents stormed the U.S. Capitol building Jan. 6, many posted about the experience on their social media channels with some even livestreaming the event. The fallout from their actions, however, was swift. Not only were some arrested on federal ...

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Marketing during COVID: Leverage LinkedIn (access required)

Securing leadership buy-in for non-billable or non-client-facing initiatives is hard. This challenging dynamic has persisted for as long as there have been law firm marketing, business development, and internal and external communications departments. Social media initiatives fall squarely into this ...

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When does ex-employee’s use of LinkedIn violate a non-solicitation agreement?

More on Employment Law in Virginia By Katie Lipp and David Moon LinkedIn has quickly emerged as the premier social media outlet for professional network­ing in the United States. However, while the platform presents an exciting opportunity for com­panies to ...

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