social media law

eDiscovery and Social Media: Free White Paper Has Everything You Need to Know

eDiscovery and Social Media: Free White Paper Has Everything You Need to Know 150 150 Jason Krause

Social media collection is now a vital and challenging part of almost any legal matter. To make sense of this complicated area of law, the Client Success team at Nextpoint has distilled all of their experience in this emerging area of law and made it available in plain and simple language. Collectively, Nextpoint’s Client Success…

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How to Grow Your Law Firm with Social Media Marketing

How to Grow Your Law Firm with Social Media Marketing 150 150 Jason Krause

Social media marketing is an essential part of any law office’s advertising and marketing efforts. But we understand that social media is a little more complicated for law firms than it is for other businesses. Social media disclosure rules and lawyer advertising rules are going to complicate Facebook and Twitter efforts for any law firm.…

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5 Tips to Keep Your Social Media-Addicted Clients Out of Jail

5 Tips to Keep Your Social Media-Addicted Clients Out of Jail 150 150 Jason Krause

Nicholas Emond says he is a misunderstood young man. Emond, aka “Sin Demon” says he is not a criminal, but has been unfairly maligned for his tattoos and general appearance. However, he chose the wrong way to defend himself- by commenting on his own wanted poster on Facebook. Don’t judge me on my looks…or Facebook…

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Social Media Archiving: Someone is Saving Your Social Media. Shouldn't You?

Social Media Archiving: Someone is Saving Your Social Media. Shouldn't You? 150 150 Jason Krause

Social media only seems vaporous. You may not remember posting that photo from your bachelor’s or bachelorette party, but it’s out there. And no one in your company may remember that social media campaign from a few years ago, or Tweets your marketing department made for a long ago product launch. But someone on the…

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2012 Social Media Case Law in Review: Courts Get in Touch With Your Feelings

2012 Social Media Case Law in Review: Courts Get in Touch With Your Feelings 150 150 Jason Krause

Not too long ago, lawyers could honestly say that they didn’t know if social media was discoverable for litigation. This year, courts have moved well past that question, granting broad discovery from Twitter, Facebook, and any other social media outlets. The focus this year was mainly on details of social media discovery, like whether social…

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