Legal Implications of Social Media for Your Clients and Your Firm. March 28, 2013 Orange County Bar Association Technology Committee. Topics. Legal Implications of Social Media for Your Clients Donna M. Chesteen , Esq., The Tech Law Firm
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March 28, 2013
Orange County Bar Association
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Legal Implications of Social Media for Your Clients
Donna M. Chesteen, Esq.
Legal Implications of Social Media for Your Firm
Keith Kanouse Jr., Esq.
Special thanks to:
Jeff Hazen, Assistant Ethics Counsel, FL Bar
Kathy J. Bible, Advertising Counsel, FL Bar
What about a long-time friend? Not unless you have a professional relationship
How long is ‘continuing’? Depends, but one encounter is not sufficient
What if I met the person at a networking event, we exchanged business cards….can I now connect? You cannot send a social media invite to connect or a follow up email w/o it being considered unsolicited
Ok, we got it, the Ad Rules apply to Social Media, but what exactly are the rules?
My professional website has that info, that’s not too difficult to follow.
‘Keith Kanouse Esq.-Orlando: Glad to be a presenter for today's Social Medial Law CLE at #OCBA Tech Committee. Let's hope the questions r easy’
Remember those Southwest commercials? You don’t want to be the one wanting to get away after a TMI post.
That’s right, you can’t ‘Catfish’ the opposition