This session will provide an overview of the primary legal traps that can arise for nonprofits on the web and with other electronic communications. While this is a complex, diverse and still-developing area of the law, it is critical for nonprofits to learn how to identify, assess and manage their web-related legal risks in order to avoid costly — and sometimes easily-avoidable — mistakes.
- Legal issues related to online tools such as social media, networks, blogs, wikis, audio and video postings, websites, and virtual trade shows
- How to draft clear employee and member guidelines, agreements, disclaimers and click-and-accept licenses
- Managing data to prevent privacy and security risks
- Risk allocation strategies, such as how to manage liability issues through the effective use of indemnification and insurance
- Covered legal topic areas will include defamation, harassment and other accusations of bad behavior; copyright and trademark protection and infringement, including fair use; privacy issues involving employees, web users, and others; and employment-related concerns, among others.
Jeffrey Tenenbaum, Esq., Partner and Chair of the Nonprofit Organizations Practice, Venable LLP
Lisa Hix, Esq., Attorney, Venable LLP
This workshop is intended for nonprofit Executive Directors, COOs, CFOs, General Counsels, Communications Managers, Board Members, and other nonprofit executives.
Pre-registration is required; seating is limited.
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