When social media is part of your daily life, it is easy to forget that even a "simple" post can be a problem during a divorce. Even well-thought-out posts can be shared without permission or misinterpreted. During a divorce, you can accidentally be your own worst enemy. And, once a divorce is filed, you will likely be under court orders not to delete or destroy any documents or … [Read more...] about Social Media and Your Divorce
If you are visiting a lawyer, chances are that you are going through some changes in your life right now, or are planning for some changes in the future. This is true whether you are having a will drawn up, buying a house or getting a divorce. It is important for your attorney and staff to have feedback on how you are handling the events that brought you to the office. We also need feedback on … [Read more...] about Feedback is Important to Your Attorney
Recently, Facebook has come under fire for not protecting the personal data of millions of users. Equifax and Yahoo have also had serious issues recently. French philosopher Michael Foucault rolls in his grave as he considers the public's willingness to enter a state of panopticon. (Panopticism is the method through which prisons are surveyed, in that the guards may view the prisoners but not … [Read more...] about Social Media Awareness
Many employers nowadays have a social media policy for their employees. But they may not know that the National Labor Relations Act protects "concerted" speech & activity by their employees. This means that employees can talk about their work environment including talking about other employees, their boss, or how much they make. This provision in the National Labor Relations Act applies to … [Read more...] about Can Employers Legally Prohibit Their Employees from Complaining on Social Media?