7 Sites that will keep Legal Marketers on their toes and up to speed with social media marketing rules

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Keeping up to date with state, federal and ABA’s rules regarding online communication is a challenge!

Online technology gives us the ability to communicate at warp speed, so if you’re having some difficulty keeping up, you’re certainly not alone.

Recently, an Oregon judge’s ruling that e-mail is not protected by the 4th Amendment, is on-point within the limitations designated within the 4th Amendment. However, is yet another example of our legal system needing a “technological sociological update”, and quickly.

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