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All A Twitter: The Wisconsin Social Media Protection Act - 2015
  • CA2240D

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All a Twitter: The Wisconsin Social Media Protection Act

Who should order:

  • Labor and employment lawyers
  • Education lawyers
  • Landlord/tenant lawyers
  • Litigation lawyers
  • School lawyers

How you’ll benefit:

  • Identify the new social media privacy protections created by the Wisconsin Social Media Protection Act for employees, students, and tenants
  • Learn the latest government agency enforcement strategies and get state and federal case law updates regarding social media in labor and employment law
  • Explore discovery issues and techniques for social media information in litigation
  • Find out how employers can avoid liability under the WSMPA

Get a Status Update on Social Media Implications in Employment and Labor Law

The Wisconsin Social Media Protection Act follows in the steps of other states in establishing certain privacy rights in social media account information for employees and students, while it also extends the protection to tenants. This presentation will take an in depth look at the recently implemented law and other significant updates in the field of social media and labor and employment law.

Attend this seminar to understand how a “friend” request can lead to discrimination so that you can educate clients about their rights to block employers, schools, and property management companies from accessing their social media accounts. The presenter will also explain the exceptions such as information available to the public, accessed on an employer-owned device, or necessary for an investigation of alleged transfer of company proprietary or confidential information.

The presenter, Jesse Dill, will also explain how employer clients can avoid liability under the Act and which employee activities have been determined to be outside the scope of the Act’s protection. He will discuss how both individual and employer clients can strengthen their positions based on existing precedent.

About the Presenter

Jesse R. Dill is an employment law attorney with Walcheske & Luzi, LLC, assisting clients with training, counseling, and litigation. Dill writes extensively on labor and employment law issues for national and local media publications. His comments and observations on social media and the workplace led to citation as a legal expert in this field by CNN.com and Fortune. He has been rated as a Rising Star by Super Lawyers in 2014. Jesse is co-chair of the Milwaukee Bar Association Labor and Employment Law Section and also serves on the Wisconsin State Bar Leadership Development Committee. Jesse received his B.A. from UW-Madison and his J.D. from Marquette University Law School.

 

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