That's What I Like About You: Ethical Considerations for Social Media & Marketing (July 2017) [NME18ALPS-2WBR]

That's What I Like About You: Ethical Considerations for Social Media & Marketing (July 2017) [NME18ALPS-2WBR]

Original Program Date: July 26, 2017
Duration: 1 hours
Credits: Ethics: 1.00
List Price:$45.00
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This program was a live webinar series presented by ALPS on July 26, 2017 and is included in the recorded webinar series ALPS New Lawyer Webinar Series. If you attended the live webinar or viewed the recorded version of the series and reported CLE credits, you cannot also report credits from watching or listening to this recording.

Lawyers regularly use Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and other social media devices to connect with clients and colleagues, as well as to advertise and market their services to prospective clients. However, lawyers’ use of social media can create professional liability exposures, from inadvertent creation of attorney-client relationships to breach of fiduciary duty. Presenter Troy R. Rackham discusses these professional liability considerations and identifies strategies to avoid or mitigate the risks.

Presenter: Troy R. Rackham, Esq. – Director, Fennemore Craig, P.C., Denver, CO

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