Social Media Impact

In today’s day and age, social media has become one of the ways people of all ages communicate. Almost a quarter of the world’s population is now on Facebook. In the USA, nearly 80% of all internet users are on this platform alone. People keep in touch with their friends and families, post pictures of themselves and their activities, and even post their opinions and views on what is going on in their lives and in the world in general. People can use it to access news and information and use it in their decision-making process by reading reviews on businesses. As an attorney, you may even do the same thing. It has almost become a necessary daily activity. Social media can have many positive effects on the public as a whole. What people do not always realize is that what they post, no matter what they set their privacy settings to on their social media accounts, is not always “private”. As an attorney, it is important for you to be aware that, no matter the area of law you specialize in, social media has the potential to affect the outcome of…

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Just a short time ago, the #MeToo movement began when allegations of sexual harassment were brought upon Hollywood powerhouse Harvey Weinstein.  Sexual harassment is a major issue facing leaders today in a way we have not seen before.  Although, not the only employee problem, it has taken center stage.  Does your firm effectively track employee complaints and their resolutions, document compliance, and protect the business from negative publicity and lawsuits?

In 1986, the U.S. Supreme Court, in Meritor Savings Bank v. Vinson, recognized that sexual harassment…

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