Joy Martini and Nancy Rowe, legal marketing and communications specialists with Martini Consulting, write: Client development will be a primary driver of a student's professional success, however, le
...Office sought Harris' Twitter subscriber data and more than three months of Tweets to counter his anticipated defense that police led him and others onto...
...previously been reprimanded by the court for using social media, continued to tweet during the trial. See ...
...Bankers' Ass'n, BBA LIBOR: The World's Most Important Number Now Tweets Daily (May 21, 2009), http://www. bbalibor.com/news-releases/bba-libor...
In their Corporate Governance column, David A. Katz, a partner at Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz, and Laura A. McIntosh, a consulting attorney for the firm, write that the widespread use of social me
Carla Walworth, Mor Wetzler and Jessica Oliva of Paul Hastings write that employees' use of personal mobile devices is a genie that is not going back in the bottle. But this trend means that the days
...s photo desk "picked up" the photos from Suero's tweet and then forwarded them, credited to Suero, to Getty under their reciprocal...
Jamie Diaferia and Zach Olsen of Infinite Public Relations write: Successful law firms are employing new and creative PR strategies that identify and attract new business opportunities, as well as he
Bridget M. Rohde, a member at Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, and Sara J. Crasson, a senior associate at the firm, write that while proposed amendments to ECPA would require the govern
Paul Hyl, a partner at Genser Dubow Genser & Cona, reviews the different classes of digital assets - personal, social media, financial and business - and what to keep in mind when planning for them,
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