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TweetTwo New Jersey lawyers recently learned a valuable lesson when it comes to social media. While sites like Facebook and Twitter can be an effective marketing tool for law firms, they should never be used as a weapon. John Robertelli and Gabriel Adamo are facing ethics charges after allegedly asking a paralegal to send a […]

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TweetThe mainstream world is finally taking notice of the fact that lawyers use social media.  In a recent article on Mashable.com (the consumer source for all things social media), our friend and fellow Connected member Adrian Dayton commented on why lawyers have been hesitant to jump into the arena, but are starting to now: “The […]

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TweetA few days ago (on March 30, 2010) the New Jersey Supreme Court handed down a decision that is certain to have significant implications in social media policy circles. In Stengart v Loving Care Agency (2010 N.J. LEXIS 241), Plaintiff Stengart, in anticipation of a lawsuit against her employer, Loving Care Agency, sent several email […]

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TweetAs we noted in yesterday’s post, the next two weeks are dedicated to celebrating the members of Connected.  Today we will talk about the Best in Groups.  Connected members can access the links below, and if you are not yet a Connected member, you can sign up for free (quick tip: we validate every registration […]

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TweetThere has been a flurry of activity in Martindale Hubbell Connected for Social Media Policy Week, part of our summer theme Social Media Solutions.  Besides the announcement of the $10K For Charity promotion, which celebrates the Martindale Hubbell Connected membership breaking the 10,000 lawyer mark, there have been guest blogs, forum postings, and document uploads […]

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Tweet Image via CrunchBase Yesterday was Twitter day in Connected. A few interesting posts surfaced a few interesting aspects and perspectives and I invite you to read them in Connected (Top 5 Rules for using Twitter by Bradley Clark and Twitter Blunders by Mike Mintz). A day before, in a discussion around social media guidelines […]

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