DRI Thanks Our Bloggers and Readers

Posted on December 19, 2011 01:46 by Admin

 

During this holiday season, DRI would like to take the opportunity to thank all of our bloggers and readers for 2011.

Postings on the DRI Blog were provided by DRI members representing nearly every substantive law committee and practice area! Your efforts have provided quality content and food for thought for your fellow DRI members and the legal community.  

We would also like to thank our officers, board of directors and committee leaders, as well as their companies and firms. The time and effort you sacrifice on behalf of DRI are greatly appreciated.  We look forward to working with all of you in the coming year!

Look for new content on the DRI Blog beginning on January 3, 2012.

Thanks again to all of you and we wish you a safe and happy holiday season and a prosperous New Year!

 

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Social Media

Posted on August 24, 2010 04:26 by Stephen Acker

The impact on law practice of the evolving internet is an increasing challenge for law firm managers who are responsible for training and supervising lawyers and staff.  The web permits researching facts and law, marketing our practices, and keeping in touch with colleagues and clients.  Yet whether marketing information about a law firm is circulated traditionally through printed brochures and directory listings, or electronically on a web page or in emails, the information must be accurate and not contain misrepresentations.  When communications about clients’ cases occur electronically, they must be secure and preserve confidences.  Statements made in personal conversations about adversaries, their clients, or judicial officers can result in embarrassment or even discipline if disseminated through web postings or email traffic that is republished to others.  Obtaining information about an adverse party represented by counsel may be inappropriate where an attorney or staff member of a law firm obtains information through use of a pretext, or by assuming an identify that is not accurate in order to induce the adverse party to disclose information.  These are new considerations which managers must consider and make known to law firm colleagues. 

Have you begun engagement strategies through the use of social media in your firm? What platforms (Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter) have you found to be most successful?  DRI addresses social media issues in the current issue of For the Defense and in the upcoming Webcast on September 16, Twitter and Facebook and MySpace, Oh My: New Rules for New Technology, presented by DRI’s Public Policy, Technology and Law Practice Management Committees.

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Textron v. U.S.

Posted on May 27, 2010 03:06 by Glenn Lammi

DRI filed an amicus brief in support of cert being granted in Textron v. U.S. The Court denied cert yesterday. If For the Defense was planning on posting about the outcome, we hope you will take a look at, or reference, the following post on Washington Legal Foundation's blog. We filed in the case as well. http://wlflegalpulse.com/2010/05/26/supreme-court-cert-denial-textron/

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