Social Media Law

Social Media: A Breeding Ground for Malpractice Claims

, The Legal Intelligencer


The 2012 ABA Legal Technology Report indicates that 95 percent of lawyers have a presence on the professional-oriented social media site LinkedIn, while 22 percent maintain a presence on Twitter.

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  • alice ann belmonte GAtes

    which leads too Fraud and Momopoly abuses of all public and non public records by Civil and Fedral Fraud and Discriminations of Fair and Equal RIghts wether Volunatrily or Involuntarily from the fraud of IFP's and abuses.

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