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May 2014: Trial Practice Update: Courts, Lawmakers, and Other Groups Grapple with Juror Misuse of Social Media and the Internet

Jurors are expected to decide cases based on evidence they see and hear in the courtroom, after deliberating while sequestered from outside influences. For decades, courts have enforced rules and practices designed to make...more

Corporate Transparency Reports: Understanding Limitations and Leveraging Opportunities

Recent revelations regarding surveillance activities by the U.S. Government have raised many questions regarding the balance between privacy and security. There have already been, and there will continue to be, Congressional...more

Social networks do not deliver more leads than search engines

Social marketing is a popular topic on blogs, in lawyer magazines, and at conferences. This attention is certainly well deserved. Just look at the audience: Facebook – 1 billion+ users Google+ – 500 million+...more

Owning your online presence

Originally posted on The National Law Journal on February 14, 2013 “What if someone says something negative about me online?” This is probably the most common question lawyers ask me. The sad truth is that many lawyers...more

Dear Tireless, Brilliant, Talented Job-Seekers: Friend Us on Facebook!

Still anonymously searching for resumes on LinkedIn or Monster.com? That’s so 20th century. If you want to attract the most talented job seekers now, you’d best jump into the fray, not only on LinkedIn but also on Facebook,...more

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