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Using the Internet to Defend Against a Whistleblower Action

By: Anne Perry We often cover social media aspects pertinent to government contracting here on the blog. Recently, however, Michelle Sherman of Sheppard Mullin’s Los Angeles office posted an article that may be relevant to contractors on the Social Media Law Update blog. In her posting, Michelle discusses how companies may be able to use the widespread … Continue Reading

10 Social Media Must Haves for Your Company’s FAR-Mandated Compliance Program

As we discussed here last November, the United States Navy, the other military services, and the Department of Defense, have all recognized that their personnel are using social media and have responded by establishing detailed social media policies.  Similarly, there is not a shred of doubt that your company’s employees are using social media. And, just … Continue Reading

“Loose Tweets Sink Fleets” – What Government Contractors Should Include In Their Social Media Policy

By Michelle Sherman “Loose tweets sink fleets” is a new twist on a familiar saying. It is also borrowed from the Navy Command Social Media Handbook issued October 15, 2010. The Navy appreciates that social media is widely used, and that a ban on social media is not the answer. Trying to turn a blind eye to the … Continue Reading
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