Social media explosion has brought drastic changes in peoples' lives. Every day, millions of social media users "post", "like", "tweet" and "share".
Consequently, the rise of social media has brought noticeable impacts in eDiscovery and the overall the legal industry. Social media discovery now plays a big role in civil litigation lawsuits. Depending on the reasonability of surrounding circumstances, items such as Facebook posts, check-ins and Tweets may be used as evidence in a legal dispute. Social media evidence has already played a key role in several cases.
Given this, attorneys must be familiar with the legal perspectives of social media discovery, including the processes involved and the reasonable grounds.
Our panel of key thought leaders and practitioners brought together by The Knowledge Group will offer a discussion of the fundamentals, as well as updates, regarding the latest and significant issues surrounding social media discovery. This LIVE Webcast aims to help you avoid common pitfalls which may arise in civil litigation that involves eDiscovery.
Key issues that will be covered in this webcast are:
- Social Media eDiscovery - Legal Overview
- The Role of Social Media in Civil Litigation
- Standards of Accessing Social Media Evidence
- Reasonable Grounds of Social Media Discovery Requests
- Recent Civil Litigation Cases Involving Social Media Discovery
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The first 30 Norton Rose Fulbright guests are complimentary.