Lawyers, Protect Client Confidentiality When Using Social Media

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I hear this concern often. Lawyers, legal marketing professionals, and others in law firms tell me that lawyers remain very concerned about how to stay out of trouble when posting in social media. They don’t want to jeopardize client relationships.
I Don’t Want To Get In Trouble
When conducting social media training, a common concern I run across has to do with …

#LetsAskNancy 001- Lawyers: Client Names In Pitches…To List or Not To List?

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#LetsAskNancy is where I answer questions others have about legal and lawyer marketing and business development, including content, social and digital marketing. 
You have a choice…either listen to this post in the player below, read it below that, or both!

 
It is a natural tendency to want to show your past work when pitching new clients. As you know, this is dicey …

Lawyers: Are LinkedIn Skills Endorsements & Recommendations Unethical?

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This past Monday, I had the pleasure of being the passenger on an 11-hour drive back to Indianapolis from our vacation to Virginia and South Carolina. When I could get a signal [Sprint, you really need to up your game in the South], I caught up on some reading.
One click led to another, and I found myself on the ABA …