Daliah Saper lectures at the Chicago Bar Association Re: Counseling Clients on Their Use of Social Media

Daliah Saper will be lecturing at the Chicago Bar Association on February 28, 2013 about the various legal implications of utilizing social media in day to day business transactions. The presentation is geared towards practicing attorneys who need assistance counseling clients on their use of social media.  Details below:

Counseling Clients on Their Use of Social Media

Thursday, February 28, 2013
12:00-1:00 p.m.Program will be held at CBA Headquarters, 321 S. Plymouth Ct. Chicago, IL 606041 IL MCLE CreditPresented by the CBA Law Practice Management & Technology CommitteeRegister atwww.chicagobar.org/cleor call 312-554-2056Other Learning Options:
-DVD Rental
-Written Materials
-CBA Webcast
-West LegalEdcenter
Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, Google+ and other social media platforms have become part of the daily lives of many individuals and companies. Though social media improves and expands the way people and businesses communicate, it creates a set of legal issues that attorneys must understand to effectively counsel clients. During this seminar, we will cover key issues in the law concerning social media, including:PERSONAL USE OF SOCIAL MEDIA
-Individual Privacy
-Reputation Management and Defamation
– Discovery and the Admissibility of Social Media Evidence
-Jurors’ Use of Social Media
-Attorneys’ and Judges’ Use of Social MediaCORPORATE ISSUES IN SOCIAL MEDIA
-User-Generated Content: Liability Concerns and Safe Harbors
-Labor and Employment Issues
-eDiscovery and Information Management
-Online Marketing: New Opportunities, New RisksSPEAKERS:
Evan Brown, Information Law Group
Daliah Saper, Saper Law OfficesMODERATORS:
Kathryn Battle, Battle Marketing and Legal Services
Daniel Saavedra, Betadac Media, LLC
Chairs, Law Practice Management and Technology Committee

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