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Todd R. Wulffson is partner at Carothers DiSante & Freudenberger LLP, a leading California employment, labor and immigration law firm providing litigation and counseling services to California employers. Wulffson has 25 years of experience counseling and defending businesses in labor and employment issues and has extensive experience representing employers across the entertainment, manufacturing, banking, hospitality, financial services and retail industries. Wulffson focuses on issues related to human resources, and the implementation of proactive measures to reduce risk and cost, including substantial experience in the evolving area of social media in the workplace. He is a frequent speaker, author and resource to employers nationwide on analyzing and implementing employee-related social media policies.To contact Wulffson, email him at twulffson@cdflaborlaw.com or call (949) 622-1661. Lindsay Ayers is a trial attorney and partner at Carothers DiSante & Freudenberger with more than a decade of legal experience. She frequently litigates on behalf of California employers in state and federal courts on employment-related claims of wrongful termination, discrimination and harassment as well as claims of unfair competition, breach of contract and various business torts. Ayers is a sought-after speaker on labor and employment issues. To contact Ayers, email her at layers@cdflaborlaw.com or call (949) 622-1661.

PROTECTING CLIENTS FROM UNNECESSARY LIABILITY When Using Social Media in Recruiting and Hiring

PROTECTING CLIENTS FROM UNNECESSARY LIABILITY When Using Social Media in Recruiting and Hiring

TODAY, virtually all companies use social media as a tool to attract, recruit and hire employees. Unfortunately, many organizations also are using social media in a way that can draw a potential lawsuit. As counsel for these companies, the key is to step in and make corrections in procedures and practices before suits are filed. […]

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