It’s been a crazy week here for reasons I hope to share in a future post.

But in the meantime, the world of employment law still continues. Here are some items worth reading that I had hoped to talk about further. This brief recap will have to do for now.

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In my talks about technology, one of the things I try to emphasize is that there is no “one size fits all” to your social media and technology policy.

As an example, I often talk about how financial industries have additional regulations relating to things like “insider” information, that may provide a reason to furthe

I’ll admit something that might seem a little unusual and ironic:  I’ve grown a bit tired about writing about the NLRB and social media. 

Perhaps, it’s because I’ve seen too many law firms and lawyers issuing newsletters, blog posts, and alerts each time the NLRB says something, anything, about social media. 

Last week, employment blogs and news outlets were all abuzz about a new page by the National Labor Relations Board on its website about “protected concerted activities”.

I’ve been trying to figure out whether or what to write about on it.  (If you’re concerned about the new webpage, then first go to the Delaware Employment