Webinar Recap:
Your Client Posted What!?! Top Social Media Concerns For Lawyers And Clients

scott_maloufYesterday in the latest MyCase legal webinar, attorney and social media evidence consultant, Scott Malouf, talked about one of the most popular topics on both the MyCase blog and for attorneys today: social media. But the question is, why does social media even matter?

Scott answered this question (and many others) in a fast-paced 30-minute webinar filled with examples and best practices relating to the top social media concerns for lawyers and their clients. Social networks are a key communication and data storage tool; things that were once confined to paper or the spoken word are now appearing online and it’s important for attorneys to understand the legal implications of social media and cloud data storage.

If you are looking to learn about how lawyers are using social media in 2016, or tips on using social media to grow your practice, then check out those links above. But if you want to learn how to better use social media in litigation or discovery, or just want to hear a few examples of how social media has impacted recent cases, then this is the webinar you’ve been looking for.

Check out the slides and video recording below to learn about:

  • What to do when social media may be relevant to a case
  • How to manage key ethics challenges
  • How modern businesses are using social media
  • Several key laws and issues affecting business social media use
  • Actionable tips & where to find more information
  • Expanded Q&A period.

Congratulations to George J Little from Florida who won the $100 Apple Gift card!

As always, you can catch up on previous MyCase webinars here, and see you in April at the next MyCase legal webinar!


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