Policy Drafting Must Reflect Laws
Not Subjective Ethics...
When You Fire Or Discipline An Employee For Social Media Violations, Your Social Media Policy And Training Become Big Litigation Targets...
Being An Attorney Doesn't Mean You Have
Expertise In All Legal Areas. In-House Attorneys
Have Me Write Their Social Media Policies
And Train Employees Because They Aren't
30 Year Digital Media Law Experts.
You Can't Place Blind Trust On Model Social Media Policies. Most Of These Policies Have Hidden Gaps Because They Aren't Written By Attorneys Who Specialize In Social Media Law.
Safe Harbor In A Lawsuit Is Knowing Your
Social Media Policy Was Updated By
An Experienced Social Media Attorney
The Way You Build Trust With The Public Is By Drafting Social Media Policies That Accurately Reflect A Person's Civil And Constitutional Rights.
Being An Attorney Doesn't Mean Your An
´╗┐Automatic Social Media Law Expert.
Social Media Mistakes Are Different From Other Liability Exposures, The Damage Permanent And Viewed By Untold Millions Of People
When One Post Or Tweet Can Permanently Damage A Person's Reputation In Front Of Millions,
´╗┐Courts Won't Tolerate Ignorance Of The
New Social Media Laws
There Are No Takebacks With Social Media, You Need To Be Proactive With Your Liability Training
There Are Hidden Liabilities That Must Be Addressed In Your Social Media Policy
Social Media Content Is Replete With
"High Liability" Emotional Speech That Isn't Constitutionally Protected. You Must Draft Policies Based On Case Law And Statutes That Differentiate Between Protected And Unprotected Speech.
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In A Lawsuit, Courts Rule That Attorneys Can
Have Access To Relevant Evidence On Your
Personal Devices And Social Media Accounts
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Questions? Call 954-748-7698
Email: mark@newsocialmedialaw.com