Staying social media compliant in the regulated world

 

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We invite you to join our panel of experts drawn from industry, employer branding, digital communications and law to discuss the regulations and best practices required to ensure you remain compliant and protected in an ever increasingly social world.

Our guest speakers will discuss:

  • Preparation Tips for corporate use of social media
  • People and Policy Best practice, standard post-employment process and protection against (online) reputational damage via your employees
  • ProtectionLessons to be learnt from the use of social media within heavily regulated industries

Event Details:
When: Tuesday 14 March 2017
Where: Mishcon de Reya offices – Africa House, 70 Kingsway, London WC2B 6AH

Agenda:
8.20 – 8.40 – Breakfast and registration
8.40 – 9.40 – Presentation from the CNC and Mishcon de Reya team and Q&A
9.40 onwards – Coffee and networking

Please RSVP to reserve your place by emailing  –

Speakers include:
Liam Clark: Liam has worked in strategic corporate communications with some of the world’s biggest corporate brands for the past ten years. His expertise are focused on corporate communications, strategy development, narrative creation, employer and change communications, and campaign management.

Lucy Cording: Coming from an all-encompassing digital marketing background which spans over 10 years, Lucy has both broad and extensive experience which allows her to provide senior digital consultancy. Her expertise ranges from landscape, audience and influencer mapping, social engagement and content strategy building. Using relevant insights and data, she plans and executes multi-platform, multi-stakeholder campaigns.

Will Winch: Will is a Managing Associate in the Employment department, dealing with contentious and non-contentious matters. He acts for employers and employees and provides day to day HR advisory advice to employer clients on all aspects of employment law.  Will has a particular interest in training and development, as well as the future of employment law in the ‘gig economy’.  He is a member of the Employment Lawyers Association. Prior to qualifying as a solicitor, he worked in the film and television industry for several years.

Emma Woolcott: Emma is a Legal Director at Mishcon de Reya, specialising in Reputation Protection. Her clients span a wide range of industries, including media and entertainment, technology, financial services, politics, publishing, art, property, sport, fashion and the charity sector. She advises individuals, companies and charities on defamation, breach of confidence, invasion of privacy, harassment and data protection concerns, and is particularly adept in digital technology and online publications.

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