From: Media Attorney Mark Fiedelholtz
To: Scott Jenkins,
Subject: How to comply with the new social media laws.
Date: Thu Apr 10 19:19:50 MDT 2014
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Social Media Liability
Compliance Teleseminars

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HowToUpdate
HOW TO UPDATE YOUR SOCIAL MEDIA POLICY TO COMPLY WITH NEW LEGAL RULINGS 2014 

 

A one hour on-demand teleseminar that gives you specialized strategies to comply with the new standard of care in writing social media policies.

 

This is specialized information you will not receive from in-house counsel or at any other conference. Nationally recognized Electronic Media Attorney

Mark Fiedelholtz gives you these airtight policy strategies:

  • 3 biggest policy drafting mistakes to avoid
  • 5 core liability issues that must be in your first paragraph
  • How to identify the core liability issues and prioritize them in your policy
  • New court rulings on social media privacy you must have in your policy
  • New social media libel laws you must include in your policy
  • Policy language that avoids First Amendment violation challenges
  • A special policy drafting technique that insulates your policy language 
  • How to reposition your policy as a risk notification tool, not a procedural document
  • Much more         

 "Very interesting. Opens your eyes on issues we often don't think about."
~ Howard Maltz, General Counsel, Jacksonville, FL 

 

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Train Your Entire Office For $99

 

 

 

Questions? Call Attorney Fiedelholtz at 954-748-7698

Personal Devices HowToDevelopHOW TO DEVELOP AN AIRTIGHT SMARTPHONE AND MOBILE DEVICE POLICY

In this one hour teleseminar you learn to create an airtight mobile device policy that complies with new court rulings on mobile devices.

 

Courts mandate that you need a personal smartphone or BYOD ("Bring Your Own Device") policy in place -- even if your organization doesn't formally sanction using personal smartphones or other mobile devices for work-related activities. Why?  New laws hold you employer liable for what employees do on their personal smartphones and devices.  Liability doesn't just attach to what they do at work anymore.

 

This is specialized information you will not receive from in-house counsel or at any other conference. Nationally recognized Electronic Media Attorney Mark Fiedelholtz gives you these airtight policy strategies: 

  • Precise policy language regarding public record requests and discovery of personal smartphones and other mobile devices;
  • 3 fundamental employee privacy rights you need to include in your policy;
  • What type of workplace speech you're allowed to prohibit on personal devices ... and under what conditions;
  • How government entities can develop a Personal Smartphone or BYOD policy without trampling on employees' First and Fourth Amendment rights to privacy;
  • How to make it crystal-clear to employees who owns the work-related data on their personal devices ... including workplace social media accounts;
  • 5 questions to address in your BYOD policy to ensure that data security is protected.

"Eye Opening. A lot of thought provoking information."
~ John Petrelli, Orange County Risk Manager, FL

 

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Train Your Entire Office For $99  

 

                                                 Limited Places: Register Now

 

Questions? Call Attorney Fiedelholtz at 954-748-7698

eLearning
HowToConductHOW TO CONDUCT SOCIAL MEDIA BACKGROUND INVESTIGATIONS WITHOUT LIABILITY 
 
In this one hour teleseminar you learn expert strategies to avoid liability when conducting social media background investigations.

This is specialized information you will not receive from in-house counsel or at any other conference. Nationally recognized Electronic Media Attorney Mark Fiedelholtz gives you critical actions you must take to protect your organization, yourself and your employees:
  • 5 new strategies to gather information on applicants or existing employees without violating state or federal privacy laws;
  • New court rulings on Facebook Friending and how they can work to your advantage;
  • Specific language you can use in your policy to mitigate your liability when asking for social media background information;  
  • The most powerful federal law you can use as a model for your social media investigation;
  • 3 sentences you must have in the first paragraph of your social media background check and internal investigation policy;
  • The most important social media question you need to ask on a polygraph examination;
  • Two important federal privacy laws you must know
  • How to write a social media background check consent form;
  • Much more.                                            

"Mr. Fiedelholtz took social media training to the next level.
This course is a must for all agencies."
~ Brian Stoolhoff, Deputy Fire Chief, Ocala, FL

 

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Early Download Starts Today
2 p.m. EST/ 1 p.m. CST/ 11 a.m. PST

(Download the audio and play as often as you need)

 

Train Your Entire Office For $99

 

                                                 Limited Places: Register Now

 

Questions? Call Attorney Fiedelholtz at 954-748-7698

 



Attorney Mark Fiedelholtz
Phone: 954-748-7698
Fax: 954-321-0865
Website: www.newmedialaws.com
E-Mail: mark@newmedialaws.com
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