Social media use can lead to potential ethical problems for attorneys and their clients, as attorneys and guests of the Jacksonville Women Lawyers Association learned Thursday.
“The theme that permeates this whole area of legal implications of social media in general is that people do things in the social media context that they would never do in real life, person-to-person. Yet, they let their guard down and they are not thinking and suddenly they find themselves in trouble,” said Media Law Partner Jennifer Mansfield.
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