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Social Media Ethics: Attorneys’ Affirmative Duty to Address Social Media Evidence

Social Media Ethics: Attorneys’ Affirmative Duty to Address Social Media Evidence

Introducing a new live continuing legal education webinar regarding social media ethics, with John Patzakis of X-1 Discovery on December 5, 2012.

Have you heard about the lawyer who was sanctioned $542,000 for instructing his client to “clean up” his Facebook page? What other ethical traps await lawyers in this new era of social networking and electronic communications?

Social media evidence is relevant to just about any type of civil and criminal case and must be routinely addressed in discovery.

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