January 29, 2013 8:00 am
by Ed Cabellon
Recently, I sat down virtually, via Google Plus On-Air Hangouts, with David Felper and Colleen Towle, from the Law Firm of Bowditch & Dewey, who gave us a legal perspective on “Social Media Use” on college campuses! This remains an important topic to discuss as more and more Student Affairs offices dive into social media communication for a variety of purposes.
Enjoy the replay above, as well as our previous episodes in syndication!
David M. Felper is a senior partner with Bowditch & Dewey, LLP and chairs the Firm’s Litigation and Labor & Employment Practice Areas. Mr. Felper’s practice is concentrated in representation of management in matters including defense of discrimination and wrongful termination claims, wage and hour and OSHA complaints, non-competition agreements, contract negotiations, grievances, union organization and permissible conduct under all federal and state labor and employment laws. He represents clients in federal and state courts, at arbitration hearings, in administrative hearings before the NLRB, EEOC, MCAD, MLRC and in other federal and state administrative litigation and proceedings, including unemployment compensation and section 28 workers’ compensation hearings. Mr. Felper also drafts employment contracts, personnel policies and other employment-related documents. He is a frequent speaker on employment and labor law and has taught courses in the field of labor and employment law.
Colleen Towle concentrates her practice in all aspects of civil and employment litigation. Ms. Towle focuses her employment practice on representing management in employment-related matters including discrimination and wrongful termination claims, contract disputes, wage and hour complaints, non-competition and protection of trade secrets, union organization, grievances and arbitration. Ms. Towle also drafts employment contracts, personnel policies and other employment-related documents. Ms. Towle has experience representing colleges, universities and secondary schools on a wide variety of education issues, including business, employment, operational, and regulatory matters. Ms. Towle has been recognized as a “Massachusetts Rising Star” by Boston magazine and Law & Politics.