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This CLE covers legal ethics issues that arise from social media use. Part one of the presentation covers issues of solicitation and advertising and the confidentiality rules implicated by social media use. Part two discusses the investigative uses of social media including competence, collecting and preserving social media evidence, contact with represented and unrepresented persons using social media, researching and contacting jurors using social media, and impeaching witnesses using social media.
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February 20, 2020
Hilary P. Gerzhoy, Mark Davis
Hilary P. Gerzhoy
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