Illinois has become the second state to prohibit employers from demanding social media passwords from employees and job applicants.
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Less than a month after the House of Representatives voted down the Federal Communications Commission Process Reform Act of 2012, the effects are starting to play out on Capitol Hill and in the courts.Read More »
Workplace social media use is a fertile ground for potential federal labor law violations, according to a new guidance memo released by the acting general counsel of the National Labor Relations Board detailing the Board’s recent decisions on the issue.Read More »
A Lawyers USA exclusive Minutes after the jury delivered a stunning defense verdict in the Casey Anthony murder trial, the defendant’s chief trial consultant, Amy Singer, spoke with Lawyers USA about what trial lawyers can learn from the case. Singer, ...Read More »