Interesting article here about the law firms that are using Twitter as part of their marketing strategy. While many large law firms have Twitter accounts, the vast majority of them are not posting Tweets. The article
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Facebook is often regarded as a poor tool for law firm recruitment, with graduates preferring to maintain a division between their professional and personal lives. But a number of firms are turning to other social
Is Twitter a valuable marketing tool for lawyers? This article in The Guardian predicts that Twitter will substantially increase its influence in the legal services market in the coming years. Lawyers are using the
IANS has reported that the Central Government has sought information from the Supreme Court and High Courts about judges who are airing their views on blogs and social networking sites such as Twitter.
Social networking sites have become an important tool for attracting clients for legal services – especially for plaintiff firms. The article gives a number of examples of the ways firms are promoting their services
A recent legal ethics opinion concerning Florida judges stated that judges may not "friend" lawyers who may appear before them on social networking sites such as Facebook. But a South Carolina legal ethics opinion on
Several people have been cited by the La Crosse, Wisconsin, police department for underage drinking based on incriminating photos on social media sites. Social networking sites are among many new tools law enforcement
Facebook is implementing a new stock structure to make sure the founders retain control, immediately causing rumors about an impending initial public offering (IPO). Under the new structure, which is similar to
A class action lawsuit has led to Facebook agreeing to shutdown the controversial Facebook Beacon service. Through the Facebook Beacon service, Facebook is notified when users take certain actions on participating
Facebook and German social network operator StudiVZ have reached a settlement in the alleged plagiarism case, with the StudiVZ paying Facebook an undisclosed sum as part of the deal. Both companies will be withdrawing
Facebook’s legal challenge to shut down its German rival StudiVZ has failed after a Cologne court rejected the social networking site’s argument that StudiVZ copied dishonestly Facebook’s design. The court
Starting this saturday, Facebook will allow its users to choose any "username". Lawyers advise trademark owners to register their trademarks with Facebook to prevent cybersquatting.