Ethics Credits Included:
A pre-recorded streaming VIDEO replay of one session from the January 2014 live seminar, Hot Topics for In-House Counsel 2014.
Two experienced practitioners, one a labor and employment lawyer and one an intellectual property lawyer, will lead a hypothetical-based discussion of the law regarding employees’ online activity, including a review of relevant case law and agency decisions, suggestions for responding through social media platforms or legal action, and consideration of the legality and effectiveness of social media policies and guidelines.
Purchase an 8- or 12-credit Online Bundle, and save up to 40% on your choice of webcasts and/or online seminars. No need to make all of your selections immediately — take up to 365 days to choose the programs you want.
Government Attorney? Receive a 50% discount on this and most seminars, and a 30% discount on publications. New Virginia Lawyer? (less than three years) Receive a 25% discount on this and most seminars and publications.
John M. Barr, Law Office of John M. Barr, PC / Richmond
Robert M. Tyler, Spotts Fain / Richmond
Hot Topics for In-House Counsel 2014 (Online Seminar)
The Affordable Care Act: Guidelines for Implementing the New Law In-House (from Hot Topics for In-House Counsel 2014) (Online Seminar)
The ADA: The Interactive Process, and Leave as an Accommodation (from Hot Topics for In-House Counsel 2014) (Online Seminar)
The Legal and Business Case for Disciplining Low Performers Early and Often (from Hot Topics for In-House Counsel 2014) (Online Seminar)