SALT LAKE CITY -- Social media is a fun, efficient way to keep in touch with people from your personal and professional life -- but for advisors, it can also be a great way to get into regulatory trouble.

That was the warning from Barbara Mallon, an attorney at Chicago-based Mallon & Johnson who helps investment advisors, broker-dealers and investment companies maintain regulatory compliance, at the 2014 NAPFA conference in Salt Lake City.

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