NO CLE - The Ethics of Networking--Social and Otherwise, and Other Ethical Issues of the Day

This program will address ethical issues unique to the practice of bankruptcy law. With the increasing use of social networking sites, such as Facebook and Linked In, what ethical issues arise? What constitutes advertising and, therefore, under ethical restrictions must be disclosed as such? What constitutes client solicitation and is therefore prohibited? In related topics, how far can an attorney go in attempting to obtain committee representation, and what crosses the ethical boundaries? Finally, what duties do lawyers owe to the court and to the profession if they learn of somebody's crossing the line in any of those activities? Does it matter how they learn of them ("Facebook stalking")?

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