Brian D. Wassom has never done work on mergers and acquisitions.
But someone recently endorsed him for the skill on social networking site LinkedIn.
A slip-up like that is part of the reason marketing expert Allison C. Shields, president of New York-based Legal Ease Consulting a legal practice management and
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Given the current explosion of social media use, it’s more important than ever for lawyers and their firms to be part of the conversation.
An employer isn’t liable under federal computer fraud law for taking control of an executive’s LinkedIn account following her termination, a U.S. District Court in Pennsylvania has ruled in granting summary judgment.
The use of social media by lawyers – including blogs and social networking sites such as LinkedIn and Twitter – is continuing to increase, according to the annual technology survey conducted by the American Bar Association.
Professional networking site LinkedIn faces a $5 million class action for a security breach that exposed user passwords.
Since the release of the Google+ business platform in November, lawyers have had a chance to try out the latest social media brand and decide for themselves if it lives up to the hype.
LinkedIn has recently launched a new feature hoping to meet the marketing needs of lawyers, even those who have been hesitant to embrace Web 2.0.
Many lawyers still aren’t making the most of their professional presence on social media sites. Sprucing up your profile on LinkedIn, adding some personal flair on Twitter or creating a Facebook page for your firm are a few ways to get more out of your online presence.