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Ethics in Social Media 2018
Ethics/Professional Responsibility, Intellectual Property
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Social Media Ethics Guidelines (May 11, 2017)
Chapter 2. Technology Law in the Digital Age: A regularly-updated digest of notable developments (January 2018)
Chapter 3. Communications Decency Act Shields Facebook from Anti-Terrorism Act Liability (June 12, 2017)
Chapter 4. Formal Opinion 2012-2: Jury Research and Social Media
Chapter 5. New York Courts Continue to Confront Complicated Issues Under State Cyberstalking Statute
Chapter 6. Employers May Wish to Update Electronic Access Policies to Assure Access to Employee’s Emails with Counsel: New York Appellate Division Raises Questions About Possible Use of Work Product Privilege Even if Attorney-Client Privilege Does Not Apply (June 22, 2017)
Chapter 7. The New ABA Opinion on the “Generally Known” Exception to Former-Client Confidentiality and Disqualification: An Attempt to Put a Pin in a Moving Target? (December 28, 2017)
Chapter 8. Formal Opinion 749 (February 21, 2017)
Chapter 9. Social Media Jury Instructions Report (December 8, 2015)
Chapter 10. Formal Opinion No. 2012-186: Under What Circumstances Would an Attorney’s Postings on Social Media Websites Be Subject to Professional Responsibility Rules and Standards Governing Attorney Advertising?
Chapter 11. Instances of Online Impersonation Continue to Proliferate, with Noticeably Varying Consequences
Chapter 12. Ethics Opinion 371: Social Media II: Use of Social Media in Providing Legal Services (November 2016)
Chapter 13. Formal Opinion 748: The Ethical Implications of Attorney Profiles on LinkedIn (March 10, 2015)
Chapter 14. Ethics in Social Media 2017: Attorneys and Social Media (PowerPoint slides)
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