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Past Event
16 May 2012


  • Michael E. Lackey
    T +1 202 263 3224

Ethics: Obligations and Risk for In-House Lawyers—Lawyers & Social Media: The Legal Ethics of Tweeting, Facebooking and Blogging

In the expanding world of social media, the rules are constantly changing. On May 16, please join Mayer Brown partner Michael Lackey for “Lawyers & Social Media: The Legal Ethics of Tweeting, Facebooking and Blogging.” This webinar will specifically address the following issues relevant to in-house counsel:

  • Ethical issues to consider when attorneys use social networking sites, including “friending” issues
  • The ethical hazards posed by blogging and engaging in other interactive online conduct and how to avoid them
  • Responding to state and federal government enforcement actions and investigations pertaining to e-discovery and social media
  • Reasons for and challenges in monitoring, preserving, collecting and producing information from social media
  • Ethical strategies and forensic techniques for social media, e-discovery and litigation

CLE is not available for individual viewing/self-study.

Final Program in the Series:

May 23    Avoiding Sand-Traps and Moguls: A Refresher Course for In-House Counsel

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