Scott Shibayama, Esq. And Jimmy Hu, Author at Vision Law

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Suppose you own a restaurant. To drive sales and improve customer satisfaction, you set up a company Twitter account to notify customers of deals and to allow for feedback. One day, your manager (who monitors the account) notices an employee of yours has been posting critical remarks about management. For example, after a customer posts a statement of gratitude for your good food, the employee tweets a reply claiming the restaurant pays employees poorly. The employee posts several other tweets about pay and work-related issues…Read More

Imagine this scenario: One of your employees receives an expensive ring for her 25th wedding anniversary. She wears the ring to work every day. On an otherwise normal Monday, the ring goes missing. The employee suspects a coworker and files a police report. On at least two occasions, officers show up to investigate and question you and your employees. Naturally, you worry about customers seeing police on site. You also worry about workplace disruption and employee morale. You decide to terminate the employee who filed…Read More

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