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The Ten Commandments of Drafting a Social Networking Policy

The National Law Review’s featured Guest Bloggers this week are from Steptoe & Johnson PLLC. Vanessa L. Goddard provides some concrete do’s and don’ts for drafting a company Social Media policy.  Read on: You’ve probably heard this “fact”: if Facebook was a country, it would be the fourth largest country in the world! Web 2.0 …

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Twitter Do’s & Twitter Don’ts

As included in the Business of Law Section of the National Law Review Tom Ciesielka of TC Public Relations provides some solid Do’s & Don’ts for Twitter:   With millions of unique visitors each month, Twitter is still at the top of the social media game. Some people still use Twitter to catalog boring details …

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National Law Review’s Student Legal Writing Contest – October is Health Care Month!

Alert the Media!  The National Law Review is offering law students the opportunity to publish their work in the months of October & November. No entry fee is required. Entries will be judged and the top two articles chosen will be featured in the NLR monthly magazine prominently displayed on the NLR home page. Up to …

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Navigating the Internal Revenue Service’s Industry Issue Focus Program: Ten Guidelines for Taxpayers

This week’s  National Law Review featured blogger is Matthew D. Lerner of   Steptoe & Johnson LLP providing some very detailed tips on what to expect and how to handle an IRS audit if your business is the subject of the Industry Issue Focus Program:   Background In March 2007, the Large and Mid-Size Business …

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Social Media Policy Drafting: What are the Ethical Risks & Pitfalls?

The National Law Review’s featured Business of Law Guest  Blogger Meredith L. Williams of Baker Donelson Bearman Caldwell & Berkowitz, PC outlines some very real concerns for lawyers and law firms related to social media and state bar assocation guidelines.  Ms. Williams also offers some very concrete Do’s and Don’t on how to address these concerns.  Read …

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