Social Media and the Courts: Recap From TLI Litigation Summit, Part IV

, The Legal Intelligencer


In September, The Legal Intelligencer hosted its first annual Litigation Summit in Philadelphia. I had the pleasure of co-moderating the lunch program with Mary Platt of Griesing Law . Our panelists included Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas President Judge Pamela P. Dembe, the Judge John W. Herron, administrative judge of the court’s Trial Division, and President Judge Marsha H. Neifield, of the Philadelphia Municipal Court. We discussed how social media has affected litigation in the courts. Here are some of the takeaways.

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