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Texas Forum XXVIII

Posted by PD Membership on January 18, 2011

Texas Forum XXVIII – Save the Date! Learn from corporate counsel, private practitioners, and paralegals about “The Gray Area for Lawyers and Paralegals: Ethical Vulnerabilities Created by Business Scandals and Social Media.”

Feb. 25, 2011, Sheraton Dallas North Hotel, 9 a.m.-1 p.m.

Keynote Luncheon Speaker:
Kari Wangensteen – Senior Director, Legal | Best Buy
“Embracing Transparency — The Business and Legal Impact of Social Media”

Communication between companies and their consumers and employees used to be controlled. Social media has changed all of that by giving individuals the opportunity to talk with anyone at anytime about anything. Rather than fighting against it, companies can develop deeper relationships by giving up control and joining in open conversations. Learn how one Fortune 50 company has embraced this change and the legal issues associated with joining in the conversation.

The State Bar of Texas Standing Committee on Paralegals is looking for sponsors for this event.  If you know a company that would like to support the Texas Forum, please forward the Texas Forum 2011 Sponsor Form.

Sponsored by the State Bar of Texas Paralegals Committee. Click to view the event agenda and the registration form. For more information, email jmarchman@texasbar.com

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