The intersection of law and social media is always an interesting place, and we have some big news emanating from there today as the NLRB released the third iteration of its report on social media use. Also, Illinois has enacted a law a new law forbidding employers asking employees for their social media credentials. Philip Gordon covers that in a post today and will be on LXBN TV tomorrow to discuss it. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 177.
- Cyber Warfare and Collateral Damage: “Flame” Malware Heats Up Data Security Threat – Philadelphia lawyer Eric Packel of Marshall, Dennehey, Warner, Coleman & Goggin on the Data Breach Legal Watch
- NLRB General Counsel Issues Third Report on Social Media Cases – Philadelphia attorney Joel Barras of Reed Smith on their blog, Employment Law Watch
- Litigation is Not War, Nor Should it Be – Texas lawyer Tom Crane on his San Antonio Employment Law Blog
- UK Employment law reforms – re-arranging the deck chairs? – London solicitor David Regan of Squire Sanders on the firm’s blog, Employment Law Worldview
- Should We All Be Getting the Twitter “Jitters”? Be Careful What You Say Online (Particularly in the United Kingdom) – Alistair Maughan and Susan McLean of Morrison Foerster on the firm’s blog, Socially Aware
- Should Lawyers Use Dropbox? – San Jose lawyer David Bohrer of Confluence Law on the firm’s blog, Flat Fee IP
- State Supreme Court Issues Significant Asbestos Ruling – Philadelphia lawyer Sean Wajert of Dechert LLP at his Mass Tort Defense Blog
- LegalZoom’s War on GPs and Solos – Legal marketing expert Larry Bodine on the Larry Bodine Law Marketing Blog
- The sad reality of Korea’s most infamous export: sex workers. – Seoul lawyer Nathan McMurray of Barun Law on his blog, Korea Law Today
- Illinois’ New Social Media Password Law Raises Substantial and Unjustified Obstacles to Employers’ Legitimate Business Activities – San Francisco lawyer Philip Gordon of Littler Mendelson on the firm’s Workplace Privacy Counsel
For more of the best, check out LXBN, a complete review of the top insight and commentary across the LexBlog Network.