Quentin Fottrell of Marketwatch interviewed Omar Ha-Redeye on April 6, 2015 on the use of Facebook to serve court documents, This is not the first time legal papers have been served over Facebook. Last year, Staten Island Support Magistrate Gregory Gliedman granted Noel Biscocho permission to use Facebook to send
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Omar Ha-Redeye and Lisa Stam spoke at a seminar hosted by the Canadian Bar Association, Leveraging Social Media in Your Practice, on June 25, 2014. Should you make Facebook or Twitter a part of your practice? What about other social media tools? How should you incorporate social medial in your day-to-day
Omar Ha-Redeye spoke at The Family Law MBA: How to Operate a Profitable Family Law Practice, focusing on the use of social media. He emphasized the need for family law practitioners to maintain professionalism and cordiality, even online, and described how social media tools can be used to develop mentoring relationships, remain
Omar Ha-Redeye spoke to Yves Fagay of CBA National Magazine social media in the courtroom: Quebec’s courts recently banned Twitter. Ontario’s Superior Court has allowed it only for lawyers and journalists. Omar Ha Redeye explains the competing interests behind the confusion.
Omar Ha-Redeye presented a free webinar hosted by Clio on Tuesday April 23, 2013 at 2PM (EST)/11AM (PST). Click here for the free recording. @omarharedeye That was sent too early.Meant to say: Omar, you’re everywhere! #ClioWeb — Simon Borys (@SimonBorys) April 23, 2013 Thank you @clioweb for bring