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ABA: Lawyer use of blogs, social sites continues to rise

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.

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ABA adopts policies on online marketing, technology, data

The American Bar Association adopted new ethical guidelines for lawyers regarding online marketing and staying aware of current technology at its annual meeting this month. The ABA House of Delegates also approved a policy requiring law schools to provide detailed ...

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Charging ‘swipe fees’ to credit card clients may be bad practice

In the wake of a proposed settlement between credit card-issuers Visa and MasterCard and merchants that would allow vendors to pass along “swipe fees” to their customers, lawyers who accept credit card payments are grappling with the issue of whether ...

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Massachusetts weighs in on ethics of cloud computing

Using a cloud computing service does not violate a lawyer’s professional obligations, as long as attorneys undertake reasonable efforts to ensure that the provider’s terms of use and data privacy policies are compatible with the state’s ethical rules, according to ...

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