Law Blogs and Attorney-Client Confidentiality: The ABA Weighs In

Many of the lawyers I have talked to about online marketing, blogging, and social media have worried that posting information online could cross an ethical boundary and cause professional responsibility problems, especially where attorney-client confidentiality is involved. Now the American Bar Association has weighed in to set the record straight. Continue reading

ABA Censors Report, Apparently to Appease Donald Trump

Should the American Bar Association (ABA) be in the business of censoring its committees’ reports? Should the fear of being sued be enough to cause a major legal organization to whitewash an opinion against a political candidate like Donald Trump? Continue reading