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Michael Skotnicki, a lawyer and former Alabama Supreme Court staff attorney, tweeted that all four of his grandparents were uneducated Polish and Slavic serfs. His Polish grandmother, who lived in Cleveland, arrived in the U.S. about 1910 and died 70 years later without even speaking English, he wrote. She had two sons who enlisted in the U.S. Army in World War II, including his father who as a staff sergeant. … [Read more...] about #HeyJohnKelly: Trump Chief of Staff Takes Heat Over Assimilation Comments
FULL DISCLOSUREThe FTC’s endorsement guidelines make it clear that online review writers cannot receive payment of any sort without disclosure. “If there’s a connection between an endorser and the marketer that consumers would not expect and it would affect how consumers evaluate the endorsement, that connection should be disclosed,” the guidelines say. “If an endorser is acting on behalf of an advertiser, what she or he is saying is usually going to be commercial speech—and commercial speech violates the FTC act if it’s deceptive.” … [Read more...] about Legal challenges over online reviews seek to separate fact from fiction
For in-house advisors, especially those working in small legal departments, the social media risks companies face can be harder to outpace than a pyroclastic flow. “I don’t have a team of six or seven lawyers,” says Harpreet Sidhu , who started as Pethealth Inc.’s first general counsel in 2012. “Looking after all the governance” for a company that operates in Canada, the US and UK “is a lot of work for starters. To maintain that,” says Sidhu, “you have to have certain strategies, plans and policies in force so you can actually keep all [the social media issues] on a tight leash. Otherwise, it’s going to go crazy.” … [Read more...] about Social Misconduct: managing workplace social media risks
"The pink wave is blue. It's really about the fact that there's more Democrats running this year," she said. "[But] even among Democrats, women have increased their numbers of candidacies more than their male counterparts. So there is a piece of this that is distinctive to women, and particularly Democratic women." … [Read more...] about There Are A Record-Breaking 309 Women House Candidates (And 1,103 Men)