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Crafting a Social Media Policy: Employer-Employee Legal Concerns

In this series of Social Media and the Law I have touched upon some of the major legal areas of concern when dealing with social media and employment.  To see what was talked about or for a refresher click on the following links: Using Social Media for Hiring Practices Using Social Media at Work – […]

2011 Hawaii Access to Justice Write-Up

*The Social Media and the Law Post for today will come out tomorrow.  Instead, enjoy a special post about Hawaii Access to Justice. ** 6/28/11 – CORRECTION – When I first made this post, I mistakenly made it seem that it was the Mediation Center of the Pacific (located on Oahu) handled all cases in […]

Draw the Law: Capital for Your Start-Up, Part II

“Draw the Law” is a weekly short post where I try to visualize a legal concept.  It is designed to be helpful to small business owners and give them a quick overview of various aspects of the law that affect them.  For the next couple of posts I will detail how to finance a start-up. […]

Using Social Media at Work: Part II

Admit it, you have checked your Facebook or Tweeted something on your phone while you are at work.  I bet you are even doing it now as you read this blog!  There are some legitimate concerns that an employer, employee, and in general people should be concerned about when working and using social media. Your boss […]

Using Social Media at Work: Part II – DELAYED | Access to Justice

I would just like to inform my readers that this blawg post will be delayed till later tonight, as I have been busy working on some other projects.  However, it will definitely be up today (6/21/11) and will discuss more from the employee’s perspective about their social media usage at work. Access to Justice Means […]

Draw the Law: Capital for Your Start-Up, Part I

“Draw the Law” is a weekly short post where I try to visualize a legal concept.  It is designed to be helpful to small business owners and give them a quick overview of various aspects of the law that affect them.  For the next couple of posts I will detail how to finance a start-up. […]

Using Social Media at Work: Part I

Admit it.  You have posted something on Facebook or Tweeted on your phone while you are at work today.  I bet you are even doing it now as you read this blog!  However, there are some legitimate concerns that an employer and employee should have when dealing with the workplace and social media usage. The […]

Social Media and the Workplace: Hiring

This post and the next several posts will be about social media and its use in the workplace and the various laws that govern that interaction.  Today’s post discusses using social media during the job application process from the employer and potential employee’s perspectives. Hiring the Right Person for the Job Requires Information Accurate information […]

Social Media and the Law Series

New Series of Posts: Social Media and the Law Later today I will be posting the first in a series of posts detailing Social Media and its interaction with the law.  Generally, it is geared toward small businesses, law students, and social media users.  In particular, for those groups of people living, working, and playing […]

Draw the Law: Sole Proprietors and Partners

“Draw the Law” is a weekly short post where I try to visualize a legal concept.  It is designed to be helpful to the laymen and for a quick understanding.  For the next several posts I will be detailing organizing and operating a business. In the prior post in this series we talked about how […]