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Big data may become big antitrust concern

by DLA Piper on

Big data is transforming business, and increasingly, it is becoming a subject of concern for antitrust authorities. So far, much of the focus has come from European regulators, who are beginning to consider the role of big...more

Is there really too much content? Mr. T says no.

by Adrian Dayton on

Remember when you were a kid and there were exactly four TV channels to chose from? Most of the sitcoms portrayed white middle class families, while occasionally you had some token diversity with either a live-in butler from...more

Is it time to refresh your social media training?

by Adrian Dayton on

Rainmakers know the impact that social media training can make. Last night, I had dinner with a good friend of mine, a partner at a prestigious law firm. This partner has brought in millions of dollars of business through...more

Yes, Facebook and Twitter Posts Can Forever Ban You From the United States

American Embassies and Consulates from London to Lisbon to Lebanon and beyond have put into effect the Trump Administration’s determination to implement global extreme vetting for foreign nationals applying for permission to...more

What’s New in ClearView Social: Login with Facebook and Multiple User Accounts

by Adrian Dayton on

What’s New In ClearView Social is our blog series that brings you updates on what new features we’ve rolled out in the software. We’re excited to introduce two new features in our software this week, Login with Facebook and...more

Works Councils and Social Media in Germany

by Littler on

Works councils in Germany have extensive "co-determination" rights—i.e., the right to participate in company management. Works councils serve as the representative body for employees in German workplaces. Once there are five...more

Keep your politics off LinkedIn because it will hurt your brand

by Ary Rosenbaum on

I had a great interview with Bruce Johnston on this site about social media and I think one of the important lessons he taught was how LinkedIn wasn’t Facebook. It’s a networking tool and what you might post on Facebook isn’t...more

Don’t Friend My Friends: Nonsolicitation Agreements Should Account for Social Media Strategies

As social media becomes an important part of many companies’ sales and branding strategies, issues relating to companies’ ability to protect their investments in such strategies are emerging. Indeed, this blog has previously...more

Political Discourse and Professionalism

by Blattel Communications on

We’ve been part of numerous professional services client discussions where the question asked is, “Can I discuss politics on social media?” The answer we generally give is, “No,” as one always risks losing favor from the...more

Business Development for Law Firms: Everything is Discoverable

by LawVision Group LLC on

I have great respect for my peers, clients, friends and colleagues in the legal industry. Given most of my focus is on revenue generation, client growth and acquisition which requires elements of my other passion,...more

Social Links: LinkedIn’s new feature estimates compensation; states grapple with social-media-account-inheritance laws; insurance...

Because it bases its assesments on job title, location and industry, LinkedIn’s new Salary feature might be more accurate than are other online compensation estimation tools....more

Still At The Starting Line With Your Social Media Efforts?

by McManis Faulkner on

Can you imagine your firm without a website? What if your bio were not listed on the internet? Well, there was a time when law firms questioned whether they needed a website. And a marketing team was not even part of...more

California Passes Digital Assets Law

Following in the footsteps of numerous other states, California became the newest state to pass a digital assets bill, which allows individuals to access social media accounts, music accounts, gaming accounts or other digital...more

Social Links: Facebook’s anti-ad-blocking software; LinkedIn’s “scraper” lawsuit; FTC’s upcoming crackdown on social influencers

Facebook introduced technology that disables ad blockers used by people who visit the platform via desktop computers, but Adblock Plus has already foiled the platform’s efforts, at least for now....more

Social Links: Twitter’s tough quarter; Yelp warns users about litigious dentist; Pinterest battles Snapchat

Instagram now allows celebrities to block trolls. The rest of us will have to continue trying to ignore Instagram trolls. While Facebook reached new highs last quarter, Twitter continued to stumble. Will adding more live...more

5 Reasons Nobody is Seeing Your LinkedIn Updates (the 5th reason will surprise you)

by Adrian Dayton on

This last week in NYC I met with a frustrated Marketing Director who finally convinced their Managing Partner to share an article to LinkedIn as an update. You know, those articles that show up on LinkedIn’s Facebook-like...more

When is the best time to share? It depends.

by Adrian Dayton on

If a tree falls in the forest and nobody is there to hear it, does it make a sound? Philosophical thought experiment - For the first five years of my consulting business, I gathered data and case studies on...more

LinkedIn + Microsoft: A win for the social media eco-system

by Adrian Dayton on

By now, it’s old news that Microsoft purchased LinkedIn for $26.2 billion dollars in cash. Tech sites, Time, and even the Moody ratings agency have been fairly critical of Microsoft massively overspending on this acquisition....more

Social Media Guide for Lawyers v. 3.0: Social Media Marketing and Ethics Guide

One major roadblock preventing a lawyer from engaging in social media marketing is the uncertainty surrounding how the advertising ethics rules apply to social media. This section will set forth the applicable lawyer...more

Cybersecurity News and Notes – June 2016

In Case You Missed It: US and EU officials signed on to the so-called “Privacy Umbrella” deal last week. The agreement is designed to protect the personal data of EU citizens when it is transferred to the US for law...more

Lawyers, Can We Please Talk About Auto Direct and Private Messages?

by Nancy Myrland on

Okay, raise your hands if, out of the blue, you’ve received a private message on LinkedIn, Twitter or Facebook that was so disconnected from your world that you wondered what that person was thinking....more

Best times for professionals to post to social

by Adrian Dayton on

The world is full of coincidences. Once in the airport of Salt Lake City, I ran into Natalie Cook on her way to Romania to do missionary work there. I had met her in high school, so we had a brief conversation and I wished...more

Will The Floodgates Open As Consumer Backlash To Spam Unleashes?

by Ifrah PLLC on

Every e-mail user receives them, some days in numbers hitting the triple digit mark – those targeted, often annoying and unsolicited e-mails that clog our inboxes, originating from any of a multitude of establishments,...more

Five Lessons from a Social Media Survey of In-House Counsel

by Knapp Marketing on

Just before Thanksgiving, Greentarget and Zeughauser Group released their 5th annual State of Digital and Content Marketing report. This year’s survey included responses from 181 in-house counsel (IHC) about their use of...more

Social Media and Practice: Questions Attorneys Should Ask Now

by Robins Kaplan LLP on

Social media users number in the billions. Facebook counts over 1.4 billion users, LinkedIn has 347 million members, Instagram has 300 million, Twitter has nearly 290 million, and YouTube reports more than a billion users....more

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