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Legal Marketing Conclusion The reality of lawyering in the 21st century is that


most clients, parties, witnesses and lawyers use some type of social media. This can be an invaluable resource, but lawyers must resist the urge to act impulsively. The Rules of Professional Conduct and rules on discovery apply to actions on the internet just as they do to non- electronic activities. Though the courts may not have provided full guidance, a little caution will go a long way.#


Biography John J. Cord, John Cord Law, LLC, graduated


from the University of Colorado School of Law. He concentrates his practice on automobile negligence, medical malpractice and workers’ compensation. He provides a wide range of technological services to law firms, including blogging and trial presentation. Find his firm on Facebook at www.facebook.com/ CharmCityLaw, and follow him on Twitter at @CharmCityLawyer.


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