Twitter can definitely be a great way to spread the work about you and what you do, but we wouldn't be lawyers if we didn't think about liability, right? Well, it just so happens that Twitter is starting to generate some interesting legal questions, and a host of practical questions as well.
San Francisco-based firm Howard Rice Nemerovski Cannady Falk & Rabkin has assembled a nice litany of potential Twitter landmines that anyone, and definitely any attorney, interested in using Twitter should be sure to check out.
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