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How to Advise Clients and Manage Judicial Holds and Discovery with Social Media
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When: Thursday, November 3, 2016
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Where: Kutak Rock
1650 Farnam St.
Omaha, Nebraska 
United States

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MCLE Accreditation
*Nebraska MCLE #129898. 2 CLE ethics hours. (Regular/Live credit)
*Iowa MCLE #245472. 2 CLE hours (NO ethics). (Regular/Live credit)

Registration Fees
$120 - Regular Registration
FREE - I paid 2016 NSBA dues and would like to claim my 2 free ethics credits
$90 - (25% discounted price for NSBA dues-paying members) (I have already claimed my 2 free ethics credits)
$10 - Law Students

NSBA Dues Paying Members:  If you have not already claimed your 2 hours of FREE Ethics for 2016, please enter the Promo Code ethics2016 when checking out in store.  Be sure to click the "Apply" button to ensure the discount is applied.  If you are unsure if you paid dues to the NSBA, please contact the NSBA offices at (402) 475-7091. 

This course outlines how to properly advise your clients about the risks and liabilities when they use social media networks. We will also discuss using social media as evidence and understanding judicial holds. To date, 15 states have adopted a version of the ABA Model Rule 1.1: Competence comment [8] that includes the word “technology.”

It is clear that it won’t be long before all lawyers are required to understand the basics of how social media platforms function. In reality, if you want to effectively advise your clients on the impact of their behavior, you
need to have a clear understanding of how social media platforms work. If you are going to trial, you may need to be able to communicate about various social platforms.  After this course, you will be able to guide your clients more effectively, communicate clearly regarding issues surrounding publishing on social networks and know which possible areas should be avoided for ethical reasons. From the client meeting to the courtroom, this course covers it all.

Chris Homer, nicknamed “Tres,” as the third Chris to join the office, is the Senior Campaign Engineer at GNGF. Chris was born and raised in Cincinnati and attended Miami University and Cincinnati State University. Chris creates individualized SEO strategies for law firms by leveraging social media, SEM, and content creation in order to grow law firms. Using his experience in SEO, SEM, and technology, Chris shares his knowledge at colleges, bar associations, and conferences all around the country. Outside of work Chris can be found drinking a local craft beer while watching one of his beloved Cincinnati sports teams.

Nebraska State Bar Association, 635 S. 14th St., Suite 200, Lincoln, NE 68508
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