Morgan, Brown & Joy’s Catherine Scott to Present at MCLE Webinar, “Social Media Through the Employment Law Lens”

Morgan, Brown & Joy attorney Catherine Scott will present at the Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education’s (MCLE) program, “Social Media Through the Employment Law Lens,” on February 8, 2022. Scott will provide valuable insight and expertise on the challenges of obtaining discovery of social media accounts in the context of employment cases. She will also discuss the scope of employer responsibilities to ensure that employees have guidance on social media use. To learn more and register, visit here.

Scott is a litigator and employment lawyer defending and advising employers. She helps companies navigate workplace allegations such as employment discrimination, retaliation, wrongful discharge, Family and Medical Leave Act, breach of contract, and wage and hour class actions among others. She also has experience and a particular interest in appellate work related to all labor and employment fields of practice. In addition to appearing in federal and state courts, Scott appears before government agencies including the EEOC, MCAD, Department of Labor, Department of Housing and Urban Development, and other state anti-discrimination agencies.  

MCLE is the Massachusetts legal community’s premier provider of hands-on educational programs and reference materials. Its particular focus is applied law: practical, highly concrete training for attorneys in the essential elements of professional practice. MCLE presents more than 250 programs annually, in a variety of in-person and online formats and has published more than 160 practice manuals.

About Morgan, Brown & Joy, LLP

Morgan, Brown & Joy is among the largest management-side employment law firms in New England, representing a wide range of Fortune 100 corporations, educational and health care institutions and small businesses across all sectors of the economy. The firm’s attorneys are known for anticipating and finding solutions to the ever-expanding range of employment-related legal issues in order to avoid the time and cost of litigation. When litigation becomes necessary, the firm aggressively defends its clients and has a proven record of success.