Saturday, February 5, 2011

Lawyers "fibs" on social media may be subject to scrutiny

How are "fibs" on social media regulated by the ABA?

This paragraph struck me:
In everyday marketing, it’s a practice often seen as a harmless fib. But for those who practice law, the behavior could be frowned upon by a disciplinary authority, according to panelist Bradley Shear, a Bethesda, Md., attorney.

This issue is at the very core of the debate currently being conducted by the ABA on how exactly social media, such as blogs, should be regulated.

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