social-media-seo-logos.jpgBy Reema Kapur

Public companies that choose not to review their social media policies may do so at their peril. We are seeing this problem come up in the defense of workplace class actions.

Earlier this month, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) concluded an investigation of Netflix and its CEO, Reed Hastings. The SEC’s investigation concerned Mr. Hastings’s use of his

Continue Reading Keeping Tabs On Employee Tweets, Posts, And Other Social Media Discourse – Why Employers Subject to SEC Regulations May Face Risk Each Time Top Management Use Their Private Facebook, Linkedin, Or Twitter Accounts

Thumbnail image for SupremeCourt.jpgBy Laura J. Maechtlen and Robb D. McFadden

Key workplace issues often arise in the class action context.

Fresh on the heels of an historic defeat in the State of Wisconsin’s recall election, organized labor was dealt another blow in a class action on June 21, 2012, when the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in Knox v. Service Employees International Union, Local

Continue Reading U.S. Supreme Court Rules That Non-Union Public Employees Must “Affirmatively Consent” To Pay Dues Intended For Political Purposes