Social Media: Identifying the Ethical Pitfalls of the Communications Revolution

Published by Kentucky Justice Association and Texas Trial Lawyers Association


Summary

Social Media use continues to grow. In this webinar, learn about social media and look at a summary of ethics rules and recent ethics opinions on the use of social media, including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and YouTube.

Presenters
Jennifer A. Moore
Jennifer A. Moore represents individuals and families who have been injured as a result of harmful drugs, products and medical devices, medical negligence, nursing home neglect and abuse, and automobile and truck wrecks. She is a founding partner of Grossman & Moore, PLLC in Louisville, Kentucky. She has served as court-appointed liaison counsel in a multi-district litigation involving a defective product and as trial counsel in numerous cases holding wrongdoers accountable, including...More

Originally Published

February 26, 2014


Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

  • Social Media: Identifying the Ethical Pitfalls of the Communications Revolution Audio
  • Social Media: Identifying the Ethical Pitfalls of the Communications Revolution Video
  • Social Media: Identifying the Ethical Pitfalls of the Communications Revolution Paper

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