Tortious Interference With Contract in Social Media [Guest Post]

This article was principally authored by Nola Garcia, a student at Michigan State University College of Law and a 2012-13 summer associate at Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn LLP. Liability for tortious interference attaches when the tortfeasor interferes intentionally with a contract or business relationship between the plaintiff and a third party, causing damages. As explained in 86[...]

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5 Predictions for Social Media Law in 2013

The law governing social media in the United States continued to evolve and mature in 2012.  As predicted, some of the most significant developments in this field over the past year included a new appreciation for publicity rights online, guidance on the rights of employees to advocate for better workplace conditions, privacy rules, social media[...]

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