One of the Philadelphia Bar Association’s most recent advisory ethics opinions involves issues surrounding advising clients regarding social media, specifically Facebook. Although specifically addressing Facebook, . . .Read More..
We have previously written about the many different issues faced by attorneys utilizing Social Media. The issue is not going away. Several recent news items . . .Read More..
We have written before, multiple times, about the use of social media by lawyers. Here is a nice list of tips for attorney ethical compliance . . .Read More..
We have previously blogged about our golden rule for social media: do not post anything you would not want seen blown up as an exhibit . . .Read More..
As more lawyers use social media (such as this blog) to promote themselves, or their clients’ interests, greater attention is being paid to the potential . . .Read More..
In Zimmerman v. Weis Markets, Judge Saylor of the Northumberland County Court of Common Pleas ordered plaintiff to reveal passwords to his MySpace and Facebook accounts. . . .Read More..