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Do Social Media Policies Violate Employees’ NLRA Section 7 Rights?

Weil’s Jeffrey Klein and Nicholas Pappas explore whether employers’ social media policies – especially disciplinary actions imposed because of an employee’s statements on a social networking website – violate an employee’s rights under Section 7 of the National Labor Relations Act.

This article also appeared in the September-October 2011 Employer Update.

(Litigation associates Andrea Loh and John Sullivan assisted with the preparation of this article.)