(Original course: Wednesday, April 15, 2015; Time: 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm)
Who should attend: Business lawyers and in-house counsel.
Learning level: All levels
Join us for a practical guide to issues that lawyers face when advising clients on how to manage social media in their workplace. At this program, you will learn about...
- key issues to address when drafting and implementing social media policies
- what can and can’t be policed on employees’ social media accounts (i.e. off duty vs. on duty conduct)
- how to stop or mitigate harm to clients when dealing with negative and defamatory comments and/or trademark infringement on social media
- practical tips for lawyers when using social media for business development
This is the 3rd course in the Business & Technology series, a 5-part CLE-TV series on legislative updates and how they affect your client’s business, common technology, intellectual property and privacy issues that business lawyers face, and best practices for managing information in this digital age for both your clients and your own practice.
Other sessions in the Business & Technology Series are:
I. Anti-Spam Law Update
II. Technology Issues in Contracts
IV. Copyright Act Update
V. IT Best Practices for Lawyers
Law Society of BC CPD Hours: 1 hour. This course will NOT involve aspects of professional responsibility and ethics, client care and relations, and/or practice management. NOTE: If you attend both the original live course AND the rebroadcast, you may claim credit for ONLY ONE of them.
Lindsay Bailey — Lindsay Bailey Law Corporation, Vancouver
Ryan J. Black — McMillan LLP, Vancouver
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