Social Media and Ethical Issues in Employment Law


Social Media and Ethical Issues in Employment Law

Recorded On 12/08/2022


Join Marty Gandelman and Committee Chair Lauren Paxton for a program sponsored by NYCLA’s Labor and Employment Committee.

The evening will open with a CLE presentation exploring how the Rules of Professional Conduct apply to the use of social media in the work environment.

The presentation will highlight social media issues such as privacy , investigations into potential hires,  misconduct by current employees and the NY pay transparency law.

The presentation is intended to be interactive, with hypotheticals and opportunities for discussion throughout the program.

After the presentation there will also be a brief open forum Labor and Employment Committee Meeting with an opportunity to interact with your peers.



Program Chairs and FacultyMartin B. Gandelman, Calcagni & Kanefsky LLP and Lauren Paxton, Chair, NYCLA’s Labor and Employment Committee

Program Co-sponsor: NYCLA’s Labor and Employment Committee


1 NY Credit: 1 Ethics; Non-transitional; 1 NJ Credit: 1 Ethics



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