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Client, Facebook friend – or both? (access required)

As more lawyers create personal Facebook pages, the decision about whether to include clients as “friends” is just a click away. Many younger, social media-loving lawyers advocate friending as many people as possible to grow your online presence. They see ...

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Twitigation

With Twitter reaching the height of its popularity in 2009, it was only a matter of time before the first wave of litigation related to the popular social media platform hit the dockets. Call it twitigation. The most recent in ...

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Don’t tweet from court…at least in Georgia

So you have a Blackberry and a Twitter account and you keep the world updated on your personal activities…constantly. If you’re a trial lawyer and you want to tweet live from the courtroom, think twice. At least if it’s in ...

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Twitter is like the Macarena?

Larry Bodine, a well-known and well-respected law firm consultant, doesn’t like Twitter. He recently kicked up a storm on the Internet, essentially arguing that the social media outlet has little value for law firms. He was in Richmond earlier this ...

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Twitter is like the Macarena?

Larry Bodine, a well-known and well-respected law firm consultant, doesn’t like Twitter. He recently kicked up a storm on the Internet, essentially arguing that the social media outlet has little value for law firms. He was in Richmond earlier this ...

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Social Networking for Lawyers (access required)

For anyone who’s been keeping up with the trend, it’s no surprise that social networking sites have become more than just a place for teens and young adults to interact with their friends. More and more savvy businesspeople are starting ...

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