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Kelly H. Kolb, shareholder in the firm’s Labor & Employment Section, was recently quoted in an article published on, a consumer financial services company based in Florida. The article titled “Oversharing on Social Media Can Cost You,” discusses how oversharing on social media can potentially create long-term negative effects for people and companies.

"Assume you have no expectation of a right of privacy in any social media posts, and assume your employer will see every social media post,” Kolb told the publication.

He shared with the publication a story regarding an employee who called off of work due to a family emergency and was then fired after his boss saw his personal Facebook page showing that he was at a party the very same day. 

Read the full article – “Oversharing on Social Media Can Cost You” (, August 21, 2014)