Webinar - South Miami

  • Wednesday, November 13, 2013
  • 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
  • Horr, Novak & Skipp, P.A., 9130 South Dadeland Blvd., Two Datran Center, Suite 1700, Miami, FL
  • 18


Registration is closed

As a benefit to ALA South Florida Chapter members, we invite you to attend the monthly webinar. No fee for South Florida Chapter members.

To attend webinar in South Miami, please RSVP to Bernadette Peters at bpeters@admiral-law.com

The Ethics of Email and Social Media (LI)

Email and social media have generated some unique and quickly evolving issues that involve the use of electronic communications, documents and social media. What is the effect of e-mail and social media communications on creating or ending attorney client relationships and protecting client confidentiality? What are some of the risks with using these communications with adversaries? Consider the impact of social media on discovery; on juries' and judges' use of these technologies; on lawyer marketing. Join this Webinar to discover some of the ethical pitfalls to avoid.

Learning Objectives:
  • Identify the most important ethical issues that arise from the overwhelming use of email and social media - while complying with the ethics duty of confidentiality and protecting clients' attorney client privilege protection
  • Discuss ways to train staff and attorneys on ways to use email and social media and still maintain the ethical duties maintaining client relationships and confidentiality

Thomas E. Spahn, J.D., a partner in McGuireWoods, regularly advises his firm and a number of Fortune 500 companies on issues involving ethics, the attorney-client privilege and work product doctrine, corporate investigations and dealing with the government. Spahn has served on the ABA Standing Committee on Ethics and Professional Responsibility, and has spoken at more than 700 CLE programs.

For Live Program Only:  (Note that only the CLM credit available for this webinar is stated below. If a credit is not stated, it is not available for this program.)

CLMâ„  App Credit (Functional Specialists): 1 hour of credit in the subject area of Legal Industry/Business Management (LI) towards the additional hours required of some Functional Specialists to fulfill the CLM application.

CLM Recertification Credit: 1 hour of credit in the subject area of Legal Industry/Business Management (LI) or 1 hour of Ethics credit.

Disclaimer: The South Florida Chapter, Association of Legal Administrators is a separate legal entity from the Association of Legal Administrators (ALA). ALA licenses the use of its name, mark, logos and other protected properties to chapters which are in good standing. ALA disclaims all liability or responsibility whatsoever for the actions, representations and liabilities of the South Florida Chapter, Association of Legal Administrators, specifically including those of any nature whatsoever arising from or out of the content or other features related to the South Florida Chapter, Association of Legal Administrators web site. In no event shall ALA be deemed the guarantor of the South Florida Chapter, Association of Legal Administrators. Visit National for more information. www.alanet.org

Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software