Unawareness And Misinformation On The New Federal Standards For Employee Social Media Liability Training Is Creating Costly Compliance Issues For
Human Resources
Fired And Disciplined Employees Win
Big Settlements By Exploiting Inadequate
Social Media Law Training And Policy Gaps...
My New Expert Online Social Media Liability Course Gives Human Resources And In-House Attorneys A Powerful Extra Legal Shield Against Inadequate Training Claims And Tort Lawsuits...
"Mark, your program was great. Being aware of the hidden liabilities not discussed in other courses saves you big legal fees and your image."

- Attorney Cindy Reid, Davidson, NC
"Very informative presentation. This course was much more in-depth than any other social media course
I've taken in the past."

Sue Dry, HR Deputy Dir., PA
 "Mark, I recently completed your online course.The value of the content compared to the price point is outstanding. The format of blending case law, commentary, and providing informative knowledge pages for each section to be used as references has a lasting impact. I feel good about providing this training for all my department members because it impacts each employee at work and they personally use social media."
Chief David McCoy,
University of Richmond, VA

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Below Are The Legal Issues That Motivated Hundreds Of Organizations To Use My Expert Online Social Media Liability Course To Train All Employees.
U.S. Supreme Court Classifies Social Media As
 A "High Risk" Issue. You Must Comply With
New Federal Training Standards.
An employee's post or tweet can reach millions and cause permanent damage to a person's reputation. You must have a "paper trail" that all employees received expert specialized social media liability training.
See legal authority on the bottom of the page.
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Why Do All Employees Need To Be Trained?
Employees use personal devices for work without much oversight. This creates a dangerous training gap. Without specialized social media liability training, employees are vulnerable to making costly mistakes. Courts demand expert social media liability training.
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Why Can't Our In-House Attorney Do This Training?
In a lawsuit, busy In-house attorneys have difficulty proving they are social media law experts. Attending a few conferences and doing a Google Search doesn't qualify you as a subject matter expert in social media law. To avoid claims of negligent training, they use my online course to prove they provided all employees, not just the PR team, with expert social media liability training.
“Mark, this course was very informative, and I picked up
a lot of new information.”

- Davis Strange, Vanderbilt University, TN
In A Lawsuit, These Test Questions Are Asked
To Random Employees You Said Received
Social Media Law Training...
Why Can't We Just Hand Out A Policy To Employees
Your policy isn't worth the paper it's written on without being enforced with expert employee training on the new social media speech laws. In a lawsuit, my online course acts as documented proof that all employees received expert social media liability training.
Why Can't We Just Rely On Our Insurance?
Most courts and other legal bodies adjudicate social media harmful comments as intentional, not accidental. Insurance doesn't cover intentional acts, you often have to pay out of pocket. Even if insurance does cover the claim, your premiums spike.
Why Can't We Just Rely On "Qualified Immunity"
Qualified immunity for publlc higher education employees only apply to protect you if the harm is a gray area of the law. Most social media cases involve venting at a person or group that is part of a protected class by clearly established federal or constitutional law. (i.e. minorities).
Why Can't We Just Wait For A Lawsuit?
Social Media Legal Damages Are Different. You Are Reaching Millions And It's A Permanent Digital Footprint. The Average Social Media Lawsuit Is Around $500,000.
> You lose your job and reputation.

> You destroy your personal finances.

> You lose the public trust.
You Can't Just Be a Social Media Law Expert, You Must Be An Effective Trainer Who Knows How To Teach Non-Lawyers.
My Years As A Former Network Affiliate Television Anchor Helps Me Connect With Employees...
National Media Appearances
No Travel, No Overtime
24/7 Access
Employees Train On Their Own Schedule
Instructor Is A Nationally Respected Expert
Great Support
Employees Can Email Questions

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"Mark, this was an eye-opening course. Well worth my time."

Amy McReynolds, Human Resources, Exxon Chemical Company, IL
Here's How The Course Works

  • One year to finish the course
  • Modules are easy to follow
  • Course is for non-lawyers
  • Take quizzes again and again
  • Legal updates all year

  • No travel, no overtime
  • Learn at your own pace
  • 24/7 access to any device
  • Email me questions on content
  • Great technical support
This Is Specialized Training That Can't Be Done In-House.
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S ocial Media Policy Federal Standards Also Instructive For Private Sector:   Liverman v. City of Petersburg 844 F.3d 400 (2016),  Social Media and Smartphones Are High Risk Platforms: Packingham v. North Carolina 137 S. Ct. 1730 (2017), Riley v. California 134 S. Ct. 2473 (2014), Elonis v. U.S. 135 S. Ct. 2001 (2015),    Privacy Issues:   1st,,4th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, City of Ontario, California v. Quon 130 S. Ct. 2619 ( 2010),  Unprotected Opinions   : Milkovich v. Lorain Journal Company, 497 U.S. 1 (1990),  Obvious Need For Training Standards   : 42 U.S. 1983,  Training Standards   , City of Canton, Ohio v. Harris 489 U.S. 378 (1989), Monell v. Department of Social Services, 436 U.S. 658 (1978),  Cases Highlighting The Importance Of Specialized Training That Can Also Be Applied In A Social Media Context:    Faragher v. City of Boca Raton, 524 U.S. 775 (1998), Burlington Industries Inc. v. Ellerth, 524 U.S. 742(1998). State of Mind For Punitive Damages Kolstad v. American Dental Ass'n,119 S.Ct. 218 (1999). EEOC Social Media Policy Standards: National Labor Relations Act, American Disability Act 1990 Applied To Social Media
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