Presented by the Bar Association of San Francisco
The Ethics of Social Media in Litigation and Court
Handling Social Media in a Litigation Practice and Avoiding Ethical Lapses
||November 10, 2020
||9:00 - 10:15 a.m.
In this excellent presentation trial lawyers will see dozens of examples of social media use which is unethical, resulting in everything from mistrials, disciplinary actions and disbarment, to huge financial sanctions. Additionally, the important duty of managing clients’ social media during litigation is thoroughly discussed with proposed forms. Finally, the appropriate and ethical way to use social media to respond to negative reviews online is not to be missed.
- Historical Statistics on Social Media, and Uses by Lawyers
- Advising Clients on Use/NonUse during litigation (sample forms)
- Unethical info-gathering; Evidence spoliation; Confidentiality
- Reacting to Online Reviews
The program is a Pre-Conference Workshop for the Cybersecurity and Privacy Law Conference.
Event Code: G201630
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