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Why You Should Attend
Using social media in your law practice? Learn the ethical risks, and how to avoid them. PLI’s expert faculty will examine a host of issues - including what types of personal information employers are permitted to access without the consent of their employees or applicants; best practices for privacy and data security; the attorney-client privilege and social media; the use of social media in screening jurors and witnesses; and many others. They will examine recent federal guidance and ethics opinions from The New York City Bar Association, the New York State Bar Association, and the New York County Lawyers' Association.
What You Will Learn
• Ethics in social media
• Privacy and security issues
• Mobile Apps Considerations
• FFIEC Social Media Guidance
• Negotiation of contracts
• Recent opinions from NYCBA, NYSBA and NYCLA
• Discoverable information
• Ethics in e-discovery
• Maintaining attorney-client privilege
Earn three hours of Ethics credit.
Who Should Attend
This program is intended for all attorneys.
Program Level: Overview
Intended Audience: Attorneys and allied professionals interested in the professional and legal ethical risks and benefits of social media.
Prerequisites: An interest in the professional and legal ethical risks and benefits of social media.
Advanced Preparation: None