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Facebook connects friends and potential plaintiffs

Arthur Benson, who is gearing up for a potential class action lawsuit against Kansas City's newest entertainment district, is promoting a Facebook page to help hunt down other possible members in the racial discrimination complaint.

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Still more social media for lawyers: Participate!

My thoughts continue to be focused on social media because of two upcoming speaking engagements on lawyers and social media. The first is sponsored by Gotham Media Ventures, to be held Thursday in New York City. I’ll also be speaking ...

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Millennials take social network to a whole new level

I love to write about the Millennial generation for two main reasons. First, Millennials are drivers of change in social media and the workplace. They’re not afraid to experiment with new technology, and their demands for work-life balance and desire ...

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Promote conferences with social media

Attendance has been down this year for many legal conferences, in large part due to budget cuts at law firms due to the economic recession. Legal conference planners need not despair: Individual lawyers can be convinced to cough up their ...

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The word for social media is indispensable

If your company wants to attract the best and brightest employees of the up-and-coming generation, understanding the concept of social media is essential. At heart, social media is simply about building relationships, but its increasing acceptance has had far-reaching implications. ...

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