Reed Smith Responds to Partner's Crude SCOTUS Tweet

, The Am Law Daily


The Am Law 100 firm—which once had its lawyers attend "Tweet School" to learn how to use Twitter appropriately—is doing damage control after one of its Pittsburgh-based partners used the social medium to hurl an obscenity-laced barb.

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  • Brian Focht

    Yeah, it was not the smartest thing for him to do. For more info on his ill advised tweets, I wrote about this issue last week. Check it out:

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