Winter 2020 Under Construction Newsletter – Out Now!

The winter edition of Snell & Wilmer’s Under Construction newsletter is out now! This issue addresses: Employees’ Use of Social Media to Complain About Working; Tips for Mediation of the Toughest Construction Disputes; Overview of the ConsensusDocs® 900 Public-Private Partnership … Continue reading

Posted in California, NLRA, NLRB, Snell & Wilmer, Social Media | Tagged , , ,

Share this Article:

Employees’ Use of Social Media to Complain About Working Conditions

Employers often confront the question of whether employees can be disciplined for using social media, such as Facebook, to communicate with other employees about complaints regarding terms and conditions of employment. Frequently some of those communications are expressed in terms … Continue reading

Posted in NLRA, NLRB, Social Media | Tagged , ,

Share this Article:

Mid-Year Immigration Update—Important Changes Impacting Your Employees

The government’s interpretation  and enforcement of this country’s immigration laws and regulations continue to change at a dizzying speed, leaving many employers scrambling to keep their foreign national employees in status and able to continue working for them. This is … Continue reading

Posted in Immigration, Social Media | Tagged , , ,

Share this Article:

What Your Company Can Learn From the Bryan Colangelo Twitter Debacle

Last week, a bizarre story broke regarding Bryan Colangelo, the general manager of the Phildelphia 76ers (a professional basketball team in the National Basketball Association, for all of you non-sports types). According to published reports, Colangelo allegedly created and operated … Continue reading

Posted in Confidentiality, Handbook, Social Media | Tagged , , , , , , , , ,

Share this Article:

Can Employers Discover Social Media From a Plaintiff in a Harassment Suit? It Depends

Recently, the U.S. District Court for the District of Connecticut denied in part an employer’s motion to compel the plaintiff to provide access to her social media accounts. The case, Marsteller v. Butterfield 8 Stamford LLC, involved sexual harassment under … Continue reading

Posted in Handbook, Social Media | Tagged ,

Share this Article: