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Social Media and Tax Ethics

Contains material from Dec 2017

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Explore the ethical concerns that can arise from the use (and misuse) of social media by attorneys, with particular attention to how tax practitioners should be aware of the benefits and risks of such technology.

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Benjamin David Halpern

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Social Media and Tax Ethics (Dec 2017)

Address the ethical concerns that can arise from the use (and misuse) of social media by attorneys, with particular attention to how tax practitioners should be aware of the benefits and risks of such technology.

Originally presented at: Dec 2017 Taxation Conference

Benjamin David Halpern, Shackelford, Melton & McKinley - Dallas, TX

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