Social media has become an integral part of business marketing and advertising. It can also present challenges for businesses, whether it’s through false or misleading statements posted about the business, employees mishandling business information, or having intellectual property distributed without authorization through various outlets.
If your business is facing any of these challenges or would like to ask about other legal impacts of social media, contact Whitehouse & Cooper today.
Consider asking us to review your company’s employee social media policy. These policies need to reflect the current state of social media and the laws that surround it, and this space is changing rapidly. If you don’t have a social media policy in place, now is a great time to discuss having Whitehouse & Cooper create one specifically to your business. There is no one-size-fits-all approach to managing social media, and the policies in your company need to reflect your business’ needs.