Eric B. Meyer Presents at the SHRM 2012 Annual Conference & Exposition

June 28, 2012

Eric B. Meyer, a partner in the Labor and Employment Group at Dilworth Paxson LLP, presented at the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) 2012 Annual Conference & Exposition in Atlanta, GA. Meyer shared his knowledge, thoughts and opinions of social media policies in the workplace in his talk “Live from THE HIVE: Social Media Policy 101.”

Meyer focuses his practice on employment discrimination and retaliation; workplace harassment; employee pay practices; leaves of absence, disabilities and reasonable accommodations; non-competition and trade secret disputes; employment contracts, reductions in force, severance arrangements and other contractual matters; and union-management relations and collective bargaining. Meyer is also very active in social media, making him a resource for employers on cutting-edge legal issues. He also publishes The Employer Handbook, recently recognized by the ABA Journal as one of the top labor-and-employment-law blogs in America.

Dilworth Paxson LLP conducts a broad and diverse regional and national law practice representing a wide variety of clients ranging from Fortune 500 companies to closely-held businesses, governmental entities, individuals, and other institutions. To learn more, visit www.dilworthlaw.com.

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