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Ethics in Social Media 2019

Fri, March 15, 2019 New York, New York
Practising Law Institute at 45th Street,, 1177 6th Ave New York, New York 10036 United States +1 800-260-4754

About Ethics in Social Media 2019

ETHICS IN SOCIAL MEDIA, NEW YORK, MARCH 15, 2019

Why You Should Attend

Explore the ethical risks and benefits of social media. PLI’s expert faculty will examine a host of issues - including what types of personal information employers are permitted to access without the consent of their employees or applicants; best practices for privacy and security; the use of mobile apps; the attorney-client privilege and email; the use of social media in screening jurors and witnesses; and many others. They will examine recent federal guidance and ethics opinions from The New York City Bar Association, the New York State Bar Association, and the New York County Lawyers' Association. This program is intended for all attorneys.

 What You Will Learn

• Ethics in social media
• Privacy and security issues
• Mobile Apps Considerations
• FFIEC Social Media Guidance
• Negotiation of contracts
• Recent opinions from NYCBA, NYSBA and NYCLA
• Discoverable information
• Ethics in e-discovery
• Maintaining attorney-client privilege

Who Should Attend

This program is intended for all attorneys.

 

About Ethics in Social Media 2017

Ethics in Social Media, New York, March 17, 2017:

Ethics permeates all areas of today's legal practice.  Risks to attorneys have increased dramatically with fines, censure and disbarment.  With the proliferation of social media, what types of personal information are companies permitted to access without the consent of their employees or applicants?  How is privacy and security addressed?  What do Federal Regulations require (e.g. FFIEC Social Media Guidance)? How do Mobile Apps change the landscape?  How does privilege apply to emails?  Can emails be purged after 90 days?

The New York City Bar Association, the New York State Bar Association and the New York County Lawyers' Association have all issued ethics opinions on "pretexting" and "social engineering" to obtain access to a user's social network profile.  In the everyday practice for inside counsel, what is protected by the attorney-client privilege?  How do lawyers safeguard the attorney-client privilege when blogging?  Can and should employers demand the online passwords of prospective employees?  What about the online passwords of prospective jurors?  This program will address these and many more ethical dilemmas.

This event will take place at PLI New York Center, 1177 Avenue of the Americas, (2nd floor), entrance on 45th Street, New York, USA.

Event Highlights:

  • Ethics and Social Media
  • Ethical Issues in Using Social Media as Evidence
  • Attorneys and Social Media

Speakers:

  • Valerie Boccadoro ~ Legal Compliance Specialist, Membership Rewards & Loyalty Experiences, American Express
  • David Cunningham ~ VP, Assistant General Counsel, The Hartford Financial Services Group
  • David J. Elkanich ~ Holland & Knight LLP
  • Michele Huresky ~ Managing and Regional Counsel, Hewlett-Packard Company
  • Peter R Jarvis ~ Holland & Knight LLP

What You Will Learn:

• Ethics in social media
• Privacy and security issues
• Mobile Apps Considerations
• FFIEC Social Media Guidance
• Negotiation of contracts
• Recent opinions from NYCBA, NYSBA and NYCLA
• Discoverable information
• Ethics in e-discovery
• Maintaining attorney-client privilege

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