Facebook_icon.pngAs the summer draws to an end, parents and students are beginning to prepare for the start of the school year.  For many parents, sending their children off to school can be both a joyous and fearful occasion.  The worry experienced by parents is fueled, in part, by news headlines of teachers having inappropriate sexual

Social networking websites have become a treasure trove for lawyers looking for damaging information that could be used to impeach an opposing party or any adverse witnesses in a lawsuit.  As a result, the New York Bar Association’s Committee on Professional Ethics looked into the following question:

May a lawyer view and access the Facebook

This guest post was authored by Liebert Cassidy Whitmore

twitter-newbird-blue.pngIn two weeks, more than 1,000 California water district professionals will gather at ACWA’s 2011 Spring Conference & Exhibition. Liebert Cassidy Whitmore Attorneys, Shelline Bennett and Morin Jacob will be presenting on two areas of our practice: hiring/reference checks and social media.  In addition, we will