April 2, 2010
Social Media and the Law: It's All Fun and Games Until Someone Gets Hurt!
Many of us have become so comfortable tweeting, linking in and joining friends on Facebook we have forgotten that using these forms of social media can have legal repercussions. And then, there are those of us who think tweeting means bird calling and Facebook is a biography you can hold in your hands. The Columbus Bar is offering on Thursday, April 15, a 3.0 CLE seminar on Social Media and the Law that can take you from an overview of the relevance of social media for attorneys through substantive legal developments and ethical issues. There is something for everyone at this seminar presented by organizer Matt Crumpton, Crumpton Law; including presenters Rachel Janutis, Capital University Law School; Brian Hall and Robert Morgan, Porter Wright Morris & Arthur.
For more information, or to register for this and other CLE seminars visit www.cbalaw.org/cle or call 614/221.2114.