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Social Media Cursing Is OK, Under the Right Conditions

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Making a Facebook comment about your boss? It's concerted and protected activity, according to the National Labor Relations Board.

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    For more information on this timely and ever-evolving subject, check out "Social Media Law" by Lisa T. Oratz of Perkins Coie.

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    For more information on this timely and ever-evolving subject, check out "Social Media Law" by Lisa T. Oratz of Perkins Coie. Or, give a call. 877-807-8076.

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