Tag Archives: Crisis Communications

Future of Tribal Internet Gaming Subject of Oversight Hearing

Recently posted in the National Law Review an article by   Quanah M. Spencer of Williams Kastner regarding  the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs is conducting an oversight hearing to discuss the future of tribal Internet gaming       On November 17, 2011, the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs is conducting an oversight hearing to discuss the future …

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Strategic Marketing in the Modern Law Firm 2.0 – Value at the Intersection of Communication & Collaboration – Sep 21st NYC

Strategic Marketing in the Modern Law Firm 2.0 – Value at the Intersection of Communication & Collaboration- September 21, New York, NY presented by ARK Group : As clients push for greater value in legal services, the role of law firm marketing is shifting from simply chronicling the firm’s success—to engaging with clients to understand …

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Embracing Technology of Tomorrow

Posted in the National Law Review an article by Kristyn J. Sornat of Much Shelist Denenberg Ament & Rubenstein P.C.  on what innovative technology will be available in the next five years or by the end of the decade.    Think of what new platforms have become available for marketing in the past ten years —social media …

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Federal Authorities Warn of Terrorism: Three Steps Toward Comprehensive Risk Management for the Hotel Industry

Recently posted at the National Law Review by Richard J. Fildes of Lowndes, Drosdick, Doster, Kantor & Reed, P.A. – news about a recent federal government terror alert involving hotels and resort properties:  Quality service, prime amenities, ideal locations and excellent accommodations are the repertoire of successful hotels. In light of a recent warning issued by federal …

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2nd Social Media Legal Risk and Strategy Conference Jul 19-21 SanFrancisco

The National Law Review would like you all to know about the upcoming 2nd Social Media Legal Risk and Strategy Conference:  Minimizing Legal Risk for Corporations Engaged in Social Media July 19-21 in San Francisco, CA.   Key Conference Topics Include: Insights and updates on the changing legal landscape for social media Practical strategies to develop robust …

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NLRB A 'Twitter Over Employers' Social Media Policies

Recently posed at the National Law Review by Laura M. Lawless Robertson of Greenberg Traurig, LLP – updates of the National Labor Relation Board’s (NLRB’s) recent recent scrutiny of  employer’s social media policies for compliance with the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA):   The National Labor Relations Board’s (NLRB) recent scrutiny of social media policies for compliance with the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) has …

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Notions of the Transformative in Law and the Visual Arts

The National Law Review is proud to announce that Aimée Scala of Brooklyn Law School  is one of our Student Legal Writing Contest Winners for March of 2011.  Aimee’s article focuses on what constitutes a “transformative” work for purposes of fair use under copyright law.  In January 2011, artist Shepard Fairey and the Associated Press reached a settlement out of court regarding …

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Federal Scrutiny of Social Media Policies – Facebook posting subject of NLRB settlement with employer

The much publicized case in front of the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB)  concerning the employer  charged by the NLRB with terminating an employee for posting disparaging comments about her supervisor on Facebook has been settled.   Bracewell & Giuliani posted the following on the National Law Review yesterday:    On Monday, February 7, 2011, the National …

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Got Klout? Measuring Your Law Firm Social Media Efforts

Many thanks to our Business of Law guest blogger Kevin Aschenbrenner of Jaffe PR who provided some truly useful information on how law firms can gauge the effectiveness of their social media programs.  Read on…. One of the most frustrating aspects of actively working on law firm social mediaefforts is the feeling that you’re in a vacuum. You often …

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Yes, It’s Data Privacy Day

Here’s some news – it’s Privacy Day !  The National Law Review was alerted to this news by Emily Holbrook of the Risk Management Monitor – read on:  It may surprise you, as it did me, to learn that today is Data Privacy Day, an “international celebration of the dignity of the individual expressed through personal …

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