New BGD Magazine Covers Critical Areas to Consider When Creating a Social Media Policy, Avoiding Employment Law Risk and More
INDIANAPOLIS (July 9, 2014) – Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP announces the release of its latest quarterly magazine. The new issue of BGD Magazine includes a legal guide to social media that covers critical areas for businesses to consider when developing social media policies and programs. It also examines the new trend of online terms and conditions lawsuits, and how writing a bad review could land you in court, even if it’s true.
Also in the Summer 2014 issue, attorney William J. Kishman shares five practical ways businesses with independent contractors can prepare for the Affordable Care Act. Attorney Blaine R. Blood explains how class action and statute of limitation waivers can help employers avoid employment law risk following an outbreak of lawsuits under the federal Fair Labor Standards Act. Additionally, attorney Jeremy P. Gerch answers a few frequently asked questions about IRA rollovers after a recent Tax Court case shut down separate IRAs rollover strategy altogether.
The magazine also highlights stories of practice area interest, firm news and attorney-created content. A complete PDF of the latest issue is available for free download on the firm website at www.bgdlegal.com/magazine.
Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP is a progressive business law firm serving regional, national and international clientele. BGD attorneys are described by clients as responsive, aggressive and effective advocates. The firm continues the tradition of providing unparalleled client service in 2014; BGD’s practice groups accommodate 17 service areas and 12 different industries. For more information, visit www.bgdlegal.com.