Questions

Q: Can you comment on reports of employers requesting a password and full access to employees’ or prospective employees’ facebook profiles.

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Q: If I’m a partner at a firm, should I let employees tweet/facebook/etc. about work-related subjects? Try to control/limit employee’s use of social media? How so? Should I develop a social media policy?
Social Media Policy not going to save you. Can influence, but not completely control.

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Q: Yelp/Lawyers Pinterest/Lawyers

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Q: Does social media entirely replace other forms of advertising? (yellow pages, billboards, etc.)

A: So, marketing is a collateral/emergent result of using social media.




Q: Should you unfriend/try to block your enemies (opposing counsel for e.g.)

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Q: Blog/Website/News = content, twitter = card catalog/search engine/current awareness service? Fair statement?

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Q: In the future, won’t lawyers just hire someone to do their social media work for them? Does that work?

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Q: How “personal” should a lawyer be on social media? (not at all, a little to look human, the more sharing the better)

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