November 2014 Issue of Connected Bulletin on Courts and Social Media
Most of the items are about the United States, but there is occasional coverage of other jurisdictions.
Items in this issue include:
- Chinese workers may want to watch what they say on social media. A recent article on Bloomberg BNA revealed that Chinese courts are increasingly entering social media posts into evidence during labor disputes.
- Houston lawyer Keith Jaasma takes hundreds of pages of opinions crafted by the nation’s most potent legal minds and reduces them to three lines and 17 syllables on her website, Supreme Court Haiku.
- On Tuesday, October 21, the Connecticut Supreme Court traveled to Fairfield Warde High School to hear arguments in two cases, State of Connecticut v. Thomas F. Bonilla and Gregoria Campos, Administratrix of the Estate of Jose Campos, et al. v. Robert Coleman et al. The event was promoted on @CTStateCourts and local websites.