When NPR, CNN, and Forbes need expertise on social media and the law, they turn to Ethan for his commentary.
Okay that sounded a little cheesy. I’m also referring to myself in the third person here – which is lame. But I think you get the idea. As a social media law attorney, author, professor, and social media marketing consultant for lawyers, I’ve had the opportunity to study many different angles of how social media impact the law and how attorneys can use social media in their practice. As a result, NPR, CNN, and other news organizations frequently seek my advice or invite me to their programs to discuss trending topics. Here’s a few recent programs and articles from NPR and CNN:
Social media legal issues are impacting cases and controversies from the United States Supreme Court to the President’s Twitter use. South Florida’s NPR affiliate WLRN interviewed me to address these hot topics in social media law.
The upsurge in social media use by professionals generates legal and ethical questions, which require care and consideration when promoting products and services. For example, does an attorney’s Twitter comment on an issue constitute advertising? South Florida’s NPR affiliate WLRN interviewed me to address these new social media law trends.
“There are many issues and pitfalls to consider: an employee’s brash tweet or text to thousands could erupt into a lawsuit . . . and what sort of Facebook post or photo can lead to a dismissal?” Listen to find out.
“Join us for Thursday’s Topical Currents when we discuss the legal ramifications of social media, with Nova University professor Ethan Wall. Employee use of social media is a burgeoning problem. Wall has written “Fire Over Facebook.” And more.”
CNN featured The Social Media Law Firm in their news story about successful entrepreneurs that turned to co-working spaces to serve as their headquarters. “Tomeka Jones looks at a place where talented professionals come together in a shared workspace to be creative.”