McGrady on Social Media provides a framework to help you understand important questions in this rapidly-evolving area of law, covering the impact of various laws on social media, such as copyright and communications, to aid the creation of social media policies.
Designed to provide an appreciation for the various issues raised by social media, this publication presents practical insight into the specific ways that certain platforms address those issues. The fairly broad scope of issues and platforms will serve as a starting point for research and also for the "quick answers" to recurring questions raised by clients.
Written for the busy practitioner, chapters contain Practice Notes setting out important take-aways and practical implications. This indispensable practice aid covers the following critical issues including copyright and trademark issues, domain names, privacy concerns, cyberbullying, cyberharassment and related laws, and information about rising social media websites.
Author Paul D. McGrady, Jr., is a shareholder with Greenberg Traurig, LLP in GT's Chicago office. Mr. McGrady concentrates his practice in the intersection between intellectual property and information technology, with special emphasis on domain name disputes, online copyright disputes, online identity theft, and Internet fraud prevention and recovery.
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