Imad Naffa Taught Me Something About Relationships

On Saturday morning, while I was sipping coffee, reading my iPad, and hanging out with my kids after a long and crazy week (back-to-school, 12 hours without electricity throughout San Diego, preparing trial exhibits for a construction defect case in Nevada...), I learned some horrific news - my friend Imad Naffa had passed away. I … Continue reading Imad Naffa Taught Me Something About Relationships

Getting Started With Social Media Using Posterous & Hootsuite

On Monday, I wrote about how I was using Posterous to share content. Now I'm going to show you how to quickly get up and running with a complete social media management system using just two tools: Posterous and Hootsuite. Posterous: Your Hub For Content Publishing Posterous makes it easy to publish content. How easy? … Continue reading Getting Started With Social Media Using Posterous & Hootsuite

Construction Defect Attorneys and Social Media

On May 13, 2011, I attended a session on construction defect litigation and social media, presented by Dan Berman and Steve Henning. The session was part of the continuing legal education offered by West Coast Casualty's Construction Defect Seminar at the Disneyland Hotel in Anaheim, CA. Berman and Henning are name partners with noted construction … Continue reading Construction Defect Attorneys and Social Media

Quora: Legal and Health Discussion – with Caveats

According to TechCrunch, trending social knowledge management site, Quora, is now making it easier for legal and medical professionals to share information without running afoul of professional and ethical obligations: Quora now offers legal and medical disclaimers that any doctor or lawyer can easily place at the bottom of their posts. The service has written … Continue reading Quora: Legal and Health Discussion – with Caveats