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All the news that’s fit to tweet

Random tweets from Twitter, collected during the past week: Notes on domestic relations, from @qwertying: I just read last year 4,153,237 ppl got married. I don’t want to start any trouble, but shouldn’t that be an even number? Deep thoughts, ...

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What to do if you hate the new Facebook

Facebook, the social media giant, has sprung a number of new changes on its millions of users this week, and the early reviews are not good. Among the changes: • The old News Feed now shows up on the right ...

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New guidance for employers’ social media policies

Employers trying to define social media policies for employees may want to look at a report that outlines recent government decisions about employee rights to use Facebook, Twitter and other social media. The National Labor Relations Board’s Office of the ...

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Using social media as part of your trial preparation (access required)

For years now, jury researchers have been using the Internet to gauge public sentiment and investigate potential jurors. The media-fueled frenzy of the Casey Anthony trial opened new avenues for trial consultants to help lawyers craft their tactics, and experts ...

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Flash mob … what a feeling

Tourists visiting Colonial Williamsburg got an unexpected treat on Tuesday. After a historical reenactment from revolutionary days, an apparent tourist at the back of the audience broke out in song. Then another tourist joined him. Then another. Before you knew ...

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Ethics charges are filed over blog (access required)

Richmond lawyer Horace F. Hunter faces a June 10 disciplinary hearing before the Virginia State Bar on a charge that a blog on his law firm website does not carry a disclaimer. Hunter says the VSB’s demand for a disclaimer ...

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Suspect faced by feds with Facebook

White-collar defense lawyer Patrick O’Donnell used a war story to warm up the crowd yesterday at the Norfolk-Portsmouth annual bench-bar conference. During a discussion of e-discovery with a panel of state and federal judges, several jurists showed they work to ...

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Done right, social media a powerful tool for lawyers (access required)

With every year, it seems that the Internet and social media become more ubiquitous. As online sites and mobile applications continue to become the dominant media by which content is delivered and digested by the public, traditional platforms – such ...

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