NO CLE - Social Networking and Bankruptcy Issues

In today's society, many people use social networking (Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter) as a communication tool on a constant basis. Some of these social networking tools can test ethical boundaries for all legal professionals. Social networking presents unique and sometimes complex ethical issues for bankruptcy professionals. For example, what happens
if you're a chapter 7 trustee and you receive a friend request from one of your debtors or a judge? Can a chapter 7 trustee use Facebook as an investigation tool? Can or should a bankruptcy professional tweet about a chapter 11 case he or she is involved with? Earn ethics credits while you learn and discuss social networking issues in bankruptcy.

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