Glenn M. Cunningham, Chair of Shipman & Goodwin’s Business Litigation and Intellectual Property Practice Groups, served as a panel moderator at the Connecticut Technology Council’s (CTC) IT Summit 2013. Daniel A. Schwartz, a partner in the firm’s Labor and Employment Law practice, was a panel speaker.
The panel discussion, entitled Social Media: How To Manage Your New Digital Workforce & Your Workplace “Friends,” explored the impact of social networking on how businesses communicate with customers and employees, and how to reconcile the need for security and control with the desire to remain flexible and competitive. Also addressed will be best practices for creating and implementing social media policies.
Mr. Cunningham, a member of CTC’s Board of Directors, represents publicly traded and privately held companies in intellectual property and technology litigation throughout the United States.
Mr. Schwartz represents employers in a wide range of employment matters. He is also a frequent speaker and author on social media issues and the author of the independent Connecticut Employment Law Blog.
Shipman & Goodwin was a sponsor of IT Summit 2013, which featured keynote speaker Jill Singer, former CIO at the National Reconnaissance Office, the U.S. Government agency in charge of designing, building, launching, and maintaining America’s intelligence satellites. Other topics included big data analytics, the Cloud for SMBs, digital marketing, enterprise social networking and changes in the role of CIO.
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