Policies for Facebook, Twitter & Blogging: What's Legal; What's Not
Live Webinar Recording
Recording Price: $199.00
(Includes Proprietary Materials)
Facebook, Twitter and blogs, even with all the promotional benefits they bring, have become a big workplace distraction and also the latest hiring and discipline danger zones for employers. How can you effectively and legally manage electronic communications, to avoid compliance and information-security risks in your organization? Join us for this 60-minute webinar where you and your staff will learn:
Keys to draft & communicate an effective online & social media policy
Minimize legal liability in 2013: Rules of law you need to know
Monitoring employee use of social networks: What's legal & what's not
Discipline do's and don'ts to regulate employee online behavior
Facebook, Emails & Blogs: Effective Policies for Employee Online Use
How to implement & enforce an online & social-networking policy
Monitoring communications: Law & technology strategies for your workplace
Minimize risks: Best simple, effective steps you need to take now
Keys to Proper Online Use & Enforcement: What's Legal; What's Not?
From online gaffe to lawsuit: Tips to reduce employee mistakes online
Pics, posts & emails: Ways to regulating employee online misbehavior
How can you benefit from the use of social networks & internet forums
Electronic Privacy in 2013: Policies & Procedures that Enable Compliance
Top strategies to protect confidential & sensitive business information
Laws protecting individuals' privacy: What you need to know
Critical information that should NEVER be posted online
Live Q&A session: Have your questions answered by our speaker!
About The Speaker
Electronic-Workplace expert Robert D. Brownstone, Esq. is the Technology & eDiscovery Counsel and Electronic-Information-Management (EIM) group's Co-Chair at Fenwick & West LLP, a 300 attorney Silicon-Valley-based law firm specializing in providing comprehensive services to prominent technology and life sciences clients.
Mr. Brownstone advises clients on the "eWorkplace," electronic-information-management, information-security, data-privacy, electronic discovery and retention/destruction policies
He regularly collaborates with clients on computer solutions that ensure compliance with legal obligations.
A nationwide advisor, speaker and writer, Mr. Brownstone is frequently quoted in the press as an expert on electronic information.
Mr. Brownstone also teaches Electronic Discovery Law & Process classes at the University of San Francisco (USF) and University of Puerto Rico (UPR) Schools of Law and has taught that course several times at Santa Clara University School of Law.