Independent Thinking: Social Media for your Average Overworked Lawyer

Aug 8, 2012 By: Robert Sullivan

Where am I going to find the time to do that? This was the first thing I asked when a friend of

It only took six years for Mark Zuckerberg’s first patent application to be granted

Aug 3, 2012 By: Will Ashenmacher

Back in 2006, at the tender age of 22, Zuckerberg sought a patent for a method of matching an account holder’s privacy setting to his or her publicly displayed profile. It was finally approved.

How to manage a Facebook Page for your law practice

Aug 3, 2012 By: Kellie Pantekoek

Anyone who saw the movie “The Social Network” knows that Facebook began as a way for college kids to communicate with other

How to write effective blog posts for lawyers (part 2)

Jul 27, 2012 By: Kellie Pantekoek

Blogging has transformed into one of the most effective ways to reach potential clients and promote your small firm or solo practice.

Hot Docs: New ruling bypasses SCA protections for Facebook posts

Jul 12, 2012 By: Jeremy Byellin

In a new ruling, a California court of appeals invented a way to bypass SCA protections over private Facebook posts through compelling a party to provide consent.

Twitter Grants Employees Control over I.P. Rights Enforcement

Jul 9, 2012 By: Craig Blakeley and Jeff Matsuura

Twitter recently implemented an intellectual property rights management policy which grants control over rights enforcement to the employees who created the property

Twitter Tips for Small Firms and Solo Practitioners

Jul 3, 2012 By: Kellie Pantekoek

Managing an effective Twitter presence can reap many rewards for a small firm or solo practitioner. Not only does social media increase

Facebook settlement update: Users get to opt-out of Sponsored Stories

Jun 21, 2012 By: Jeremy Byellin

Facebook’s settlement over its “Sponsored Stories” practices will result in users being able to opt-out of Facebook using their names and photos to sell products.

More on social media profiling in Employment

Jun 21, 2012 By: Mary Grams

Data broker Spokeo must ante up $800K to settle FTC charges In an interesting development on employer use of social media data,

Hot Docs: LinkedIn facing class action over 6.5 million stolen passwords

Jun 21, 2012 By: Jeremy Byellin

Professional networking site LinkedIn is facing a class-action lawsuit over the 6.5 million passwords stolen earlier this year due to the site’s allegedly lax security measures.

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