Labor Negotiations in the Age of Social Media

May 2019

In recent years, the traditional means by which school employers and their unions have communicated with staff and the public largely have been replaced by electronic communications and social media. The law, however, is only now starting to catch up with the significant legal issues raised by these modern means of communication.

F3 law recently wrote a guest article for School Services of California, on the many issues raised—legal and otherwise—by the modern means through which school employers and their unions communicate about labor negotiations.

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