Social Media: Legal Ethics and Records Considerations – CLE Webinar Recording

CLE February 1, 2017

Presentation provided by Rimon’s Head of the Information Governance & Records Management practice John Isaza Esq. FAI​

Social Media presents a host of challenges for organizations, not the least of which include its impact on legal ethics and records retention considerations. In this course, John Isaza presented from excerpts in a book to which he contributed and edited, entitled A Handbook on Global Social Media Law for the Business Lawyer, scheduled for release in April of 2017 by the ABA. Mr. Isaza walked through legal ethics implications arising from a social media presence, including best practices on how to address those ethical concerns. A related topic of discussion was the managing of records that could arise from social media, including best practices on how to declare, classify and manage the resulting records.

This webinar satisfies 1 CLE Credit & 1 Ethics Credit

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