4 Reasons IP Attys Are Using Social Media

Law360, San Diego (April 26, 2016, 3:15 PM EDT) -- Using social media doesn't have to mean posting goofy cat videos or sharing pictures of every meal you are about to eat. It actually can play a meaningful role in enhancing your intellectual property practice and taking relationships with clients to a new level. 

Twitter, LinkedIn and other social media sites are becoming a part of the way people communicate, but IP attorneys appear slow to adopt these tools as part of their practice.

"I still think today that there are not that many IP lawyers who are regularly active on social media," said Lisa Haile, co-chair of DLA Piper's global...

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