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Three Florida lawyers have been accused of setting up opposing counsel for a DUI arrest. In a story that reads like a script for some variation of Law and Order: The simmering legal scandal centers on a bitter defamation trial between warring radio shock jocks Todd Schnitt and Bubba the Love Sponge Clem. In January […]

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Pace Law Review is hosting a Symposium titled Social Media and Social Justice on Friday, March 28, 2014 at the New York State Judicial Institute in White Plains, NY. This event, co-sponsored by CollenIP, is an all day event starting at 9:00 am – 5:00 pm offering five different presentation panels throughout the day.  Those […]

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A recent article on the use of social media by lawyers appeard in the NY State Bar Association publication Inside titled: Social Media and Attorney Ethics, There’s an App for That By Natalie Sulimani.  Sulimani offers an overview of the benefits and pitfalls of social media use by attorneys and reviews a number of ethics […]

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The National Labor Relations Board has issued a series of rulings on the use of social media by employees to complain about or criticize their employers. This article in the New York Times summarizes the rulings and advisories. From the article: The labor board’s rulings, which apply to virtually all private sector employers, generally tell […]

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In today’s New York Law Journal, Shari Claire Lewis has a informative article about how the New York courts are dealing with social media and discovery issues.  “Courts Grapple with Discovery of Posts” focuses on two New York cases:  Romano v. Steelcase, Inc., 907 N.Y.S. 2d 650 (Sup. Ct. Suffolk Co. 2010) and McCann v. Harleysville Ins. […]

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Recently added to the LLRX.com collection is a column by Ken Strutin, Juror Behavior in the Information Age.  We all have heard of jurors not being able to disconnect from their digital worlds while serving as jurors.  We blogged about this issue once before, Twitter by an iPhone While on Jury Leads to Mistrial. Ken […]

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On behalf of LLAGNY, the 15th annual Bridge the Gap Legal Research Program is scheduled for Friday, March 26, 2010 from 8:30 am – 4:00 pm in the New York City Bar Association. This year’s event will include programs aimed at legal career development and will be open to recent graduates who may have their […]

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Social Media Copyright Quiz

Via Robert Amrbogi’s LawSites, Robert Ambrogi, Esq. compiled Social Media Copyright Quiz, which he presented at the Social Media: Risks and Rewards program. Bellow is embedded a smaller scale of the quiz; a larger scale of the quiz is available here. Thank you for sharing! The quiz doesn’t take long to complete. After all, see […]

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Twellow.com is the Twitter Yellow Pages. Pace Law Library is now listed. Click here to view Pace Law Library Twellow profile. To create an account (to register) is free. User’s profile displays basic information such as a name, a location and a website. Users may post a brief and/or extended biography and they can indicate […]

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On July 11, 2009 Nicole L. Black published an article on LLRX.com titled Five Things Lawyers Should Know About Social Media. Nicole Black is an attorney in Rochester, New York and the founder of lawtechTalk, a company that educates businesses about emerging legal technologies and Internet and Web 2.0 technologies. [S]ocial media is a shift […]

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