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Ethics and Misuse of Social Media and How to Handle and Counsel Clients Who Use It


Level: Advanced
Runtime: 61 minutes
Recorded Date: January 28, 2021
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Agenda

  • Disregarding confidentiality
  • Unethical information-gathering
  • Failure to asset client control
  • Evidence preservation & spoliation
  • Ethical conduct involving jurors
  • The impact of what YOU share
  • Reacting online reviews or critics
Runtime: 1 hour
Recorded: January 28, 2021

Description

Join our expert panelist as he explores strategies for representing clients who regularly use social media; study the ethical boundaries (improper use by lawyers); and risks associated with advising clients to "change" or "delete" social media.

This program was recorded on January 28th, 2021.

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American Bar Association

Panelists

Claude E. Ducloux

Director of Education, Ethics & State Compliance
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Claude E. Ducloux is an Attorney licensed in Texas, Colorado and California who speaks regularly on Legal Ethics, Law Office Management, and Trial-Related topics. In 2011, he won the highest statewide award from the State Bar of Texas for lifetime contribution to CLE, and has been invited to speak in more than 250 programs in since Jan 1, 2009, and serving as course director of numerous institutes and advanced courses. Mr. Ducloux has a long legacy of bar service, including being President of the Austin Bar Association, and serving as Chair of almost every major Bar-related entity, as well as the Texas Bar Foundation.


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