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our lawyers should not post anything on social media unless it is essentially the same way they would write it in a memorandum to the client or a brief to the court. that's not going to happen. >> i want to add to that. social media is a great, great way to market yourself and create your brand identity for
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your law firm and your client. be conscious of what you post and how are posting to. make sure to create some best practices within your firm. bl blogs aren't supposed to be memorandums of law by nonlegalese to get away from putting your information out there. >> if you are going to talk about the law, keep it in general terms. make it clear you are not frying to give legal advice. include a disclaimer. this is just my opinion, you should talk tower lawyer or you should talk to a lawyer that you are paying or something. with that, we are at the end of
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our time for our listening audience on the webinar. i want to change angelie for putting up with me today. thank you for sticking around. let's all thank the health law section and our great planning committee and faculty for what has been an outstanding conference. it tailed off right at the end but up until then t has been a great program. i'm so glad you are a part of it. this week on c-span, today, states count their electors votes for president of the united states. we'll have live coverage in illinois, pennsylvania, michigan and virginia, starting at 11:00 a.m. eastern. we will reair our coverage at 8:00 p.m. eastern. tuesday night at 8:00, jerry
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greenfield, talks about creative and responsible business products. >> the idea we couldn't sell enough ice-cream in vermont in the summer to stay in business, that forced us to look for other markets. >> former vice-president, dick cheney and leon panetta, on the future of the defense department under president-elect donald trump. >> i think the challenges are very great. over the last many years, we have done damage to our capables to meet those threats. >> the new administration is going to have to look at that kind of world and define policy that we need in order to deal with that. then, develop the defense policy to quon front thdefend that kin. >> a look at the career of vice-president elect mike pence.
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>> we have stood without apology amidst the shifting sands of law, for the sanctity of life, the importance of marriage and the freedom of religion. >> farewell speeches for harry reid, barbara boxer, kelly ayotte and dan coats. this week in prime time on c-span. tonight on the communicators. >> we have a lot of regulations that can go. we would have a much more effective and efficient agency and more opportunity for providers to serve consumers. >> michael o'reilly talks about how the fcc may change under the trump administration. he is interviewed by david calb, senior editor for communications daily z there is a lot of concern about cybersecurity right now. there b


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