Social Media Ethics: Attorneys' Affirmative Duty to Address Social Media Evidence

Duration: 60 min

As reflected by extensive discussion in the legal and eDiscovery community in recent months, it is clear social media evidence is relevant to just about any type of civil and criminal case and must be routinely addressed in discovery. In an age where that 65% of adult Americans have at least one social networking profile, how competent or diligent is the lawyer who fails to take information from social networking sites into account?

Join us for a complimentary webinar to hear from social media discovery experts, John Browning, partner of Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith LLP, John Patzakis, CEO of X1 Discovery, and Josh Rosenberg, Director of Strategy of LexisNexis Litigation, on recent case law and key considerations concerning the legal ethics for social media collections, the law and supporting technologies in this area.

In this Webinar you will:

  • Learn about recent case law and legal ethics opinions concerning social media discovery;
  • Gain insight into online investigation as a key part of jury selection;
  • Hear relevant case studies;
  • Learn about emerging best practices for social media discovery.

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