1: Social Media and Your Law Firm - The Policies You Need Now
Are you using social media as a part of your law firm’s strategic marketing plan? Do you let your employees interact with your law firm social media or post to their own profiles while they are in the office? What does your policy manual say regarding social media? Is it something you can or should supervise?
Join our special guest presenter, Mark L. Bonfanti, Esquire, partner at Allen, Norton & Blue, as he discusses this crucial topic for you and your practice. Mark and his law firm are devoted exclusively to the practice of Labor and Employment Law, representing management interests nationwide in both the public and private sectors for the past four decades.
Mark L. Bonfanti, Esquire, is a shareholder at the law firm of Allen, Norton & Blue. The firm is devoted exclusively to the practice of Labor and Employment Law, representing management interests nationwide in both the public and private sectors for the past four decades.
Allen, Norton & Blue, P.A. attorneys are Florida Board Certified in Employment and Labor Law and are recognized as being premier in their area of specialty. They are listed in the Best Lawyers of America, Leading American Attorneys, Leading Florida Attorneys and Florida’s Top Lawyers. They represent the Florida Supreme Court, the Governor of Florida, the Florida Bar Board of Governors and are Chief Negotiator for the State of Florida. They were the Chief Co-Editor (Management) and contributing editors to eight (8) of the nine (9) chapters of the A.B.A.’s Model Jury Instructions Employment Litigation Section of Litigation (Second Edition 2005).
Learn more on the firm’s website at www.anblaw.com.
3: What will I learn in this Expert Training Session?
Many of the attorneys we work with are just not sure what to do with social media and their law practice team. Just a few of the questions we field are:
Should employees be encouraged to interact with the law firm social media?
Can employees be stopped from using social media at work?
What if your employee complains about the firm? Or a client? How should you handle it?
Can employees post questionable photos while at work?
Should employees be allowed to say they work for you at all?
If you’re interviewing a potential employee, should you look at social media? Can you make a decision not to hire based on what you find?
If an employee runs all your social media accounts and quits, who owns really owns these accounts?
If any of these questions, or more, have crossed your mind, this is the presentation for you. We’ve all heard the motto…”the best defense is a good offense”…and never is that more true than when it comes to creating policies to protect your firm. Don’t leave your firm unprotected when it comes to social media!
In this section, you will find our recent webinar on this topic. We have a clean recording for you right here to watch in case you missed the live session, available to you 24 / 7 / 365. Want to look at our calendar of live educational training sessions? Click this link to look at what training sessions are coming up on the education calendar.
5: Want more access and information from our Expert Presenter?
Your law firm employee manual needs to include a policy on social media. While each firm is different, it is no less important to take the time to create a custom policy with the help of an employment law attorney to make sure you are protected from employee actions at all times.
Don’t hesitate to reach out to Mark’s firm as they represent firms like yours nationwide by calling 850-561-3503. Let him know you watched this webinar and about your membership in Practice42’s Premier Practice Institute.