The Lewis Brisbois CEeDS eDiscovery Webinar series kicks off 2019 with a special two part series on Social Media Evidence. Presenters will discuss the scope, importance, and legal requirements and pitfalls concerning social media evidence and procedures governing its discovery. There is no question that the volume of cases involving social media evidence is increasing on a monthly basis. As succinctly noted by The Florida Bar Association in its publication, Florida Law Journal, “Social Media Evidence: What You Can’t use Won’t Help You” Volume 88, No. 1:
“Social media is everywhere. Nearly everyone uses it. Litigants who understand social media–and its benefits and limitations– can immeasurably help their clients resolve disputes. If not properly researched, preserved, and authenticated, the best social media evidence is worthless.”
Join us for Part Two on April 2, 2019, 12 PM ET/9 AM PT, which continues the discussion with a focus on ethics relating to social media discovery including the duty of competency, jury monitoring and privacy considerations.