Woodworker ...... how many Perry Meson TV series you have seen ?
If you are really a Lawyer (of course you are not) I would like to suggest to you this nice reading from the American Bar Journal
It contains considerations about Ethical obligations of Layers when using Social Media.
A nice reading for everyone just to understand that you are not a Layer.
POST MOVED FROM RvD 2. Less OT here. Alan.
I have never watched any Perry Meson shows, however I spent my first year of law school at McGeorge School of Law (I ended up first in my class the first year and transferred to Boalt Hall School of Law at UC Berkeley) where the Dean was a big friend of Raymond Burr, the actor who played Perry Mason. As to your citation to the "ATTORNEY ETHICS & SOCIAL MEDIA" if you actually read it you would have noticed that it addresses the following principal areas:
1. Giving Legal Advice Outside Your Jurisdiction: I am not doing that, I am merely opining.
2. Forming Attorney-Client Relationships: Again, not happening.
3. Advertising and Solicitation: Nope.
4. Using Social Media in Litigation: As I am not involved in these matters, not an issue.
5. Revealing Information: I only have what is publicly disclosed and I have NO access to private, confidential or privileged information. So not an issue.
6. Responsibility for Employees: Unless we count my cats I have no employees.
So ELE, I guess this means we won't be exchanging Christmas cards this year (well, I celebrate Hanukah anyhow). As to my being who I am, any administrator of this site is welcome to confirm that.