Facing the Legal Dangers of Social Media – a Complimentary Webinar Source: The Virtual LegalTech Team The Virtual LegalTech Team has announced that a one-hour webinar entitled, "Facing the Legal Dangers of Social Media," will take place in the Virtual Auditorium at Virtual LegalTech on December 14, 2010 from 10:00 – 11:00 AM EST." The webinar session is eligible for CLE credit in certain states.* According to the Team, "This Webinar will take a close look at the most challenging social media issues arising in the legal industry today, including: 1. The good and the bad of employees and social media; 2. Monitoring online content and combating the negatives; and 3. Preserving privilege and avoiding inadvertent contact with adversaries online." The Team also notes that those participating in the December 14 session will be able to "chat with vendors, see product demonstrations, collect information, network with colleagues and get the latest news from the ever-evolving legal industry." Register at http://www.virtuallegaltechshow.com/. Registration is complimentary and use Priority Code SOCIAL1 when registering. For additional information please go to http://alm-promotions-us.msgfocus.com/c/1fH13YdyA5u8FZO5Tc or telephone 212-457-7905 * According to the Team, Complimentary CLE will only be offered for credits in NY, CA and IL by attending the Virtual LegalTech show on December 14, 2010. CLE credit is pending in FL. Not all sessions are CLE eligible. Other terms and conditions apply. All potential participants will be contacted with further details prior to the show. NYPPL
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