Speaking Engagements

Legal and Ethical Issues for Email and Social Media Communications

TexasBarCLE
07.09.13

2-3 p.m. CDT

Peter S. Vogel, Gardere partner and chair of the Firm's Internet, eCommerce and Technology Industry Team, will be one of the panelists presenting "Legal and Ethical Issues for Email and Social Media Communications" at the upcoming TexasBarCLE. This presentation will address many of the circumstances which may affect attorney-client privilege as well as ethical considerations for lawyers about sending emails and communicating on social media sites.

One hour of MCLE credit, including .5 hours of ethics credit, is being offered for this webinar. Registration is available online only. To register visit the TexasBarCLE website here.

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