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Social Media in the Modern Workplace – Replay

Saturday, November 24, 2012

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Our Guest:


Matt Bahl
Verrill Dana

Social Media in the Modern Workplace –

Practical, cost-effective solutions are the hallmark of Matt’s practice. Matt counsels and represents management in all areas of labor and employment law. He has represented health care, construction, automotive, media and hospitality clients in a wide variety of traditional labor law matters, including successfully guiding clients through union organizing campaigns, arbitration, work stoppages, unfair labor practice proceedings, and collective bargaining. He also defends employers in litigation before state and federal courts and in administrative charges before federal, state, and local agencies. Matt frequently offers advice and guidance to employers on the ever changing world of wage and hour, employee misclassification, and social media law.

In addition, Matt routinely negotiates and drafts contracts on behalf of clients, including employment, professional service, consulting, vendor service, non-competition, non-disclosure and non-disparagement agreements. Matt has also counseled clients on successor liability issues that arise during the sale and purchase of businesses.

Matt is an active author, presenter, a contributing editor to the American Bar Association’s Developing Labor Law treatise, and chief editor of Verrill Dana’s labor and employment blog, All In A Day’s Work (read Matt’s blog posts). Matt also serves on the ABA’s employment rights and responsibilities committee. Empowering employers to navigate the complicated business and legal landscape is a priority for Matt, and he frequently presents on matters relevant to employers and businesses as a whole.

When not helping clients to achieve their business goals, Matt maintains an active lifestyle filled with sports (a clear attempt to relive his former glory days as a college athlete), community involvement, and exploration of Maine’s vast wilderness.