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EYL150226-The Perils of Vine, Instagram, Snapchat & Twitter: Legal Considerations of Social Media
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In 2015, where Facebook is considered “old school,” the evolving world of new social media is constantly churning up interesting legal issues and problems. A panel of diverse experts will present insights on some of the issues related to cutting edge social media in a variety of sectors, including employment and law enforcement. Panelists include David Lat of Above the Law, Daniel Schwartz of the CT Employment Law Blog and Lauri Stevens of LAwS Communications.

2/26/2015
When: Thursday, February 26, 2015
6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Where: Quinnipiack Club
221 Church St
New Haven, Connecticut  06510
United States
Contact: Member Service Center
(860)223-4400


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Presented by the Young Lawyers Section

 

Seminar Code: EYL150226

About the Program:

In 2015, where Facebook is considered “old school,” the evolving world of new social media is constantly churning up interesting legal issues and problems. A panel of diverse experts will present insights on some of the hot issues related to cutting edge social media in a variety of sectors, including employment and law enforcement.

You Will Learn:

  • About the unique legal challenges of new social media applications such as Vine, Snapchat and Instagram
  • How human resources and police departments can use social media content in their investigations
  • Examples of how practicing attorneys have run into legal trouble through their social media activity. 

Moderator:

Britt-Marie K. Cole-Johnson, Robinson+Cole, Hartford

Speakers:

David Lat, Above the Law

Daniel A. Schwartz, Connecticut Employment Law Blog, Shipman & Goodwin LLP, Hartford

Lauri Stevens, LAwS Communications

Program Schedule:

5:30 Check-in and Book Signing with Author David Lat, Supreme Ambitions

6:00 Dinner and Program

Event Cost (Includes dinner):

Member: $10
Non-Member $20

Cash bar.

 

Please note: Limited copies of David Lat’s new novel Supreme Ambitions will be available for purchase and signing before the event.