Rebecca Phillips cited a post by Omar Ha-Redeye in the Fall 2010 issue of the Campbell Law Review in a paper entitled, Constitutional Protection for Nonmedia Defendants: Should There be a Distinction Between You and Larry King? The paper discusses the tensions between constitutional law, i.e. the First Amendment, online
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Omar Ha-Redeye presented on “Online Reputation Management” at LegalIT 5.0 in Montreal on April 4, 2011. “Reputation Management Law” is the application of old legal principles to new public relations challenges due to the proliferation of social media. It draws upon the intersection of defamation, privacy, copyright and trade-mark, and
Omar Ha-Redeye taught a seminar on Online Reputation Management at the Leveraging Social Media session held at the Schulich Executive Education Centre on Monday, March 28, 2011. Online Reputation Management in 2011 View more presentations from Omar Ha-Redeye
Have you heard of the beef with Taco Bell? The fast food franchise is being sued over the beef content of their tacos. Here’s the claim: Taco Bell Lawsuit Taco Bell has responded: Read more on Slaw.
Charlie Moore, Juliana Olsson, and Ian Ferguson talks to Omar Ha-Redeye on the Rocket Lawyer Podcast about Wikileaks, reputation management, and how to deal with information leaks in the private sector. Additional commentary on Slaw. See Ian Ferguson’s blog post about the podcast, which includes a transcript of an excerpt: