EPLI Litigation – One Degree of Separation Between Employees’ Use of Social Networking and Employers’ Exposures?

In this clip from the 2011 PLUS International Conference educational session entitled “EPLI Litigation – One Degree of Separation Between Employees’ Use of Social Networking and Employers’ Exposures?,” John West, Esq. (Allred Maroko Goldberg), Catherine Padalino (Chubb Specialty Insurance), and Mercedes Colwin, Esq. (Gordon & Rees LLP) look at social media’s impact on the hiring and recruitment process.

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PLUS members can view this entire educational session by visiting www.plusweb.org/education/multimedia. You must be a member and logged-in to the website to view the multimedia content.

Other panelists at this session were: Sarah Goldstein, Esq. (Kaufman Dolowich Voluck & Gonzo, LLP) and Lisa Turbis, Esq. (Autodesk, Inc).

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