Labor and Employment Law

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Employers Might Not “Like” This Protected Concerted Activity Decision
Posted on 26 Oct 2015 by Jon Hyman

Does the National Labor Relations Act protect the mere act of an employee clicking the “Like” button on Facebook? According to Triple D, LLC v. NLRB (2nd Cir. 10/21/15) [pdf] , the answer is yes [subscribers can access an enhanced version... Read More

That's What They Said: Facebook "Like" Under the First Amendment, Same-Sex Marriage Benefits, Plus a Carnival
Posted on 19 Sep 2013 by Eric Meyer

Now, where did I put the mustard for my deep fried Red Bull battered Twinkie dog? (Like I would ever use ketchup for that?!?) While I search for the spicy brown, I'll get you caught up on the latest employment-law news... Over at the Wall Street... Read More

They Like Me! They Really Like Me! . . . But So What?
Posted on 27 Sep 2012 by Margaret (Molly) DiBianca

What is the value of a Facebook Like? A federal court in Virginia recently held that a Like does not have constitutional value, insofar as it is not speech for the purposes of the 1st Amendment . Many commentators disagree with that decision, which, not... Read More