There is no question that the volume of cases involving social media evidence is increasing on a monthly basis. It is incumbent on attorneys, and consultants, to understand and address social media evidence as a standard practice in every type of litigation and investigation matter. Not only is it important to address and explore the concepts, but it is also relevant to discuss the significant importance of ethical considerations when searching for and collecting Internet based evidence.
Join X1 and Lewis Brisbois for part two in a two part series of complimentary 1 hour webinars to continue the discussion with our esteemed panel of experts on ethics relating to social media discovery, including the duty of competency, jury monitoring and privacy considerations.
We invite you to watch this webinar which will cover:
- Key challenges and best practices for ethics and social media discovery from leading social media networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn
- The ethical duty to address social media including, rules, duty of competency, and social media use in providing legal services
- Relevant case studies and real-world experiences from your peers in dealing with ethics and social media
- Ethical rules and opinions on jury communications and monitoring and proper investigation tools and techniques to address privacy concerns