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Social Media Prenups Trending In Valley

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by in AZ Business Magazine | Legal

First comes love, then comes marriage, the baby carriage, and, for many Americans, divorce. Even if a couple doesn’t have an estate to divvy, family matter lawyers are reporting emerging trends that may have couples wishing they had signed prenup. As the director of family law at Rose Law Group, Kaine Fisher has prepared many… Read More →

Social Media Series: Employers Should Consider Creating Their Own Social Media Policy

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by in Featured | Healthcare | Legal | Tech

  This article is part of an on-going, social media series. According to a recent ethics and workplace survey by Deloitte, social networking sites are a part of everyday life for employees, with 66 percent acknowledging that they visit sites such as Facebook, MySpace, LinkedIn, Plaxo, Twitter, YouTube, and Flickr at least once a week.… Read More →

Social Media Series: Using Social Media As Evidence In Lawsuits

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by in Featured | Legal | Tech | Workforce

This article is part of an on-going, social media series. When litigating against a former employee, the Internet can lead to an evidentiary goldmine for an employer. A former employee’s social media activity may provide evidence of the employee’s breaches, such as a violation of a non-competition provision or breach of confidentiality. Courts have addressed… Read More →

TicketForce Jumps Ahead Of Competition With Facebook App

Lynne King Smith, CEO of TicketForce
by in Marketing | Small Biz

For all you concert junkies, Facebook now meets concerts as TicketForce has just made purchasing tickets online even easier, joining forces with said social media platform. Lynne King Smith, CEO of TicketForce, announced they will be merging ticket sales with the social media powerhouse in hopes to create an all-inclusive process for potential concert goers. “We… Read More →

Social Media And The Hiring Process: Your Profile Can Sink Or Save You

Social media sites are no longer just places to reconnect with childhood friends or college roommates.
by in Tech | Workforce

Social media has set up camp in the professional world and is there to stay. Social media sites are no longer just places to reconnect with childhood friends or college roommates. Companies now use social media websites to do unofficial background checks on potential employees. A Cross-Tab Marketing Service study, released earlier this year, reveals… Read More →

Social Networks On Internet Pose Challenges And Opportunities For Businesses

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Instinct: Nearly every decision a person makes in his or her lifetime can in some way be tied to an instinctual reaction. One of the most primal of instincts is survival and the key to our evolutionary climb has been the instinct to live in groups or the herd mentality. The instinct is simple —… Read More →