Q&A: Mark A. Berman

, New York Law Journal

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The co-chair of the new social media committee of the Commercial and Federal Litigation Section of the NYSBA discusses with the New York Law Journal the committee's work to educate attorneys about the promise and peril of social media and to have a voice in the resolution of issues that stem from its use.

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  • Richard Wilcox

    Have you ever reported on the use of inversion tables in a legal capacity? I've been reading a website (http://www.inversiontableexpert.com/) and would be interested to see what litinsider's stance is on inversion tables.

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