Foley Of Counsel Mark Neuberger discussed social media considerations in employment law in an article that appeared in the South Florida Business Journal on December 23, 2011. In the article titled “Social media considered a digital smoking gun in emerging legal cases,” Neuberger says that employers are using social media for pre-employment screening as well as to monitor employee behavior outside the workplace. He adds that the National Labor Relations Board has established guidelines to determine when social media commentary is considered protected or unprotected speech, noting that employers can potentially get into trouble when these guidelines are enforced in unequal measures.
29 November 2023 In the News
Daljit Doogal Discusses Foley’s Strategic Growth and Big Law Expansion Trends in Emerging Legal Markets
Foley & Lardner LLP Chairman and CEO Daljit Doogal is quoted in The American Lawyer article, “Big Fish, Small Ponds: How Big Law Is Slowly Infiltrating Emerging Markets,” offering insight on Foley’s continued national growth and Big Law expansion trends.
22 November 2023 In the News
Naikang Tsao Assesses Copyright Act’s Fair Use Defense After Warhol Foundation v. Goldsmith
Foley & Lardner LLP partner Naikang Tsao authored the Westlaw Today article, “Still too subjective: the Copyright Act’s fair use defense after Andy Warhol Foundation v. Goldsmith.”
17 November 2023 In the News
Jennifer Hennessy Discusses Proposed Info Blocking Rules for Medicare Providers
Foley & Lardner LLP partner Jennifer Hennessy is quoted in the Healthcare IT News article, “Info blocking exceptions need special attention from providers.”