Section Newsletter Articles on Social Networking

Bored, stuck, want to do something new? By Evan W. Schanerberger Young Lawyers Division, August 2017 The ISBA's State & Local Taxation Section and the ISBA's Young Lawyers Division have partnered to create the first ever “ISBA State & Local Taxation New Member Happy Hour” event at the Godfrey Hotel IO Roof Deck on September 21st, 2017 at 6pm.
How to use LinkedIn to its maximum potential By Erin Wilson and Marie K. Sarantakis Young Lawyers Division, December 2015 Some insider tips for maximizing your professional profile.
LinkedIn: Now what’s this all about? By Leonard F. Amari and Anthony Pasquini Senior Lawyers, March 2015 The authors explain this professional networking site and how becoming a member could benefit your career.
LinkedIn: Now what’s this all about? By Leonard F. Amari and Anthony Pasquini Legal Technology, Standing Committee on, March 2015 The authors explain this professional networking site and how becoming a member could benefit your career.
LinkedIn: Now what’s this all about? By Leonard F. Amari and Anthony Pasquini Senior Lawyers, November 2014 The authors explain this professional networking site and how becoming a member could benefit your career.
Discovery of those online: Using Supreme Court Rule 224 to ascertain the identity of anonymous online posters By Patrick M. Kinnally Bench and Bar, April 2012 Supreme Court Rule 224 provides that a person may file an independent action seeking discovery before a suit is filed to determine the identity of one who may be responsible in damages. And in the recent case of Maxon v. Ottawa Publishing Co., it was used to identify the posters of critical online commentary.
Discovery of those online: Using Supreme Court Rule 224 to ascertain the identity of anonymous online posters By Patrick M. Kinnally Civil Practice and Procedure, December 2011 Supreme Court Rule 224 provides that a person may file an independent action seeking discovery before a suit is filed to determine the identity of one who may be responsible in damages. And in the recent case of Maxon v. Ottawa Publishing Co., it was used to identify the posters of critical online commentary.