LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – Attorneys Sainabou Sonko and Nathan Coulter presented at the firm’s Peer Speaker Series, a night of networking alongside discussions on the basics of legal knowledge. Their presentation, “#SocialMedia at Work”, explored what an employer can and cannot do with an employee’s social media presence and the potential personal and professional liability that can result.
Sonko is a litigator with experience in defending companies in product liability and medical device matters as part of Mitchell Williams' trial team. She assists in representing clients in various matters including bad faith, breach of contract, fraud and tortious interference claims. She also conducts discovery and case work up in medical malpractice litigation. Sonko previously served as an adjunct professor of Business Law where she taught various areas of the law including contracts, employment law, government regulations and agency law.
Coulter’s practice is primarily focused in the areas of real estate, commercial transactions, and corporate law. He graduated from the Washington University School of Law in St. Louis, where he was a member of the Phillip C. Jessup International Moot Court team. Coulter was also active in the Student Bar Association and served as an abstractor for the Arkansas Bar Association’s Real Estate Review during his first year of legal studies.
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