As social media's reach expands into law firms and courtrooms, more and more attorneys are using social media tools both personally and professionally. However, there are potential opportunities and dangers for companies and lawyers who enter the virtual world. Recent decisions illustrate how social media information is becoming an increasingly important source of evidence in litigation. In addition, many lawyers who use social media tools are often unaware of potential ethical pitfalls.
Please join us in New York City on November 4 as we look at some ethics concerns and how social media information is being used in litigation.
Topics covered will include:
Presentation Slides (PDF)
Legal Update: SEC Sanctions Broker-Dealer and CCO for Failing to Preserve and Produce the Personal Email and Personal Computer of Independent Contractor (PDF)
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