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11 de julio de 2011

social media law firm

social media litigation


From Facebook to Twitter to YouTube and beyond, social media is creating complex legal issues and liability risks for corporations, individuals and governmental institutions. Whether you need to prevent issues or handle them in the legal or regulatory systems, it’s important to rely on a law firm with experience in social media law.



Haliczer Pettis & Schwamm provides effective social media legal representation for corporate, individual and governmental clients. The firm’s attorneys are experienced at handling complex, multi-party cases and know how to move them through trial, settlement or alternative dispute resolution.

Rated “AV” by Martindale-Hubbell, Haliczer Pettis & Schwamm maintains the highest ethical standards as it helps individual, corporate and governmental clients in today’s new-media environment. Its trial attorneys assist in a full spectrum of social media issues.


Social Media Policies

The process typically includes:

Establishing a team of internal employee stakeholders to participate in developing the policies in order to secure consensus, engagement and program support. The team should include all relevant functional units including General Counsel, Marketing, IT, Human Resources, Communication and Ethics and Compliance.

Integrating the new policies with other current policies that have proved effective for the organization, such as its current code of conduct and communications guidelines. It’s important to require that these policies also apply to social media networking.

Establishing a clear definition of social media and social networking, so that everyone from senior management to entry-level employees can properly support the program.

Effectively explaining all the details pertaining to the company’s right to inspect its employees’ online activities, the definition of confidential and proprietary information, the need to protect the company’s public image, best practices for managing the company’s “network,” and the requirements to keep personal and work communications separate.

All employees should receive a printed copy of the social media policy and sign an acknowledgement confirming they have read and understood it. A copy of the signed policy should be kept in every employee’s personnel file.

Haliczer Pettis & Schwamm also consults employees concerned about privacy issues regarding their on- and off-duty Internet usage and social networking. The firm’s attorneys help companies understand employee handbook policies pertaining to antitrust compliance, sexual harassment, confidentiality and disclosure and the appropriate use of company equipment and services.

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