Social media poses a multitude of challenges for legal professionals. Not only can social media content undermine a party’s argument in court, but its growing use in corporations brings up compliance and e-discovery issues as well.

And the issues do not stop there. As speakers at Legalweek West’s “Social Media: Ethics and Records Considerations” panel noted, social media can pose the most trouble for attorneys who use it themselves.

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