June 2012 | Social Media: Blitzed
By Phillip Hampton
Great tips and tools you can use to manage your social media presence.
Edited by John D. Bowers
Don't miss expert insight from Allison Shields, Molly DiBianca, Chris Spizzirri and Dave Bilinsky on trends, dangers and best practices of social networking and the blogosphere - all under one roof.
By Jared D. Correia
How to effectively leverage Twitter to develop professionally and grow your client rosters.
By Karen Masullo and Suzanne Rhulen Loughlin
How to monitor social media to avoid having your reputation, brand, message, and identity co-opted by an unauthorized user.
By Jabez Lebret
Understanding where Internet search is heading is essential to the future of your practice. With millions of people using social media networks and search engines on a daily basis, the merger of the two is imminent.
By Ethan Wall
Resources for attorneys sailing on the sea of social media but who want to avoid the ethical issues that lurk underwater.
Reprinted from original publication: April 2010
By Ronda Muir
With women leaving the practice of law much faster than men, firms must think harder about delivering the initiatives that women lawyers seek.
By Jessica Sharp
How to take advantage of the most popular networking site for professionals to generate client leads and develop business relationships.
By Edward Poll
From blogging to social networking, technology has given lawyers more marketing tools than ever. There is real danger, however, in becoming so infatuated with the tool that you forget the objective.
Reprinted from its original use as a session at ABA TECHSHOW 2012 in April 2012.
By Antigone Peyton and Ernest Svenson
This article covers a wide range of social media issues that arise in litigations—issues involving clients, witnesses, judges, and juries; key recent rulings involving social media evidence; and the effect of privacy laws on the collection and use of information in litigations.
Interviewed by Carol Ann Martinelli
Deborah is a litigator at Miller Goler Faeges LLP in Cleveland, OH. She has twenty years of extensive experience trying cases in both state and federal courts throughout the country.
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Interviewed by Debra Forman
Diane concentrates her practice in mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance, disclosure, anti-takeover counseling, internal investigations, public offerings, and executive compensation. She is based in the Palo Alto, CA office of Kaye Scholer LLP.