10 April 2012
Editors: John Nadolenco and Andrew S. Rosenman
In the First Edition of the social media handbook, Mayer Brown lawyers explored many of the legal issues that social media presents to businesses, cataloged the issues arising in a number of areas of law, and offered suggestions on how to balance the risks and benefits of social media. Just as social media is constantly evolving, with new and expanding technologies becoming increasingly available, so too is the legal landscape associated with social media.
In light of recent developments in the law, we are pleased to present the Second Edition of The Social Media Revolution: A Legal Handbook. This new edition contains both updated and new content, including:
- Regulatory and securities-related ramifications of social media
- Global perspectives on employment law, offered by our colleagues in the Americas, Europe and Asia
- Copyright, trademark and privacy issues for companies that operate web sites
- Litigation and legal ethics in the context of social media
View Table of Contents.
For a copy of the Second Edition of The Social Media Revolution: A Legal Handbook, please submit your request.