Social media is a very public extension of an individual’s life, both personally and professionally. There is no question that the volume of cases involving social media evidence is increasing on a monthly basis. Therefore, 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.
This is part one in a two part series of webinars to hear from our esteemed panel of experts on why social media evidence is critical to most cases, how to establish relevancy, and how to identify sources of evidence in social media investigations.
We invite you to watch this webinar which will cover:
- Key challenges and best practices for social media discovery from leading social media networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn
- Authentication challenges with social media evidence and recent case law related to Federal Rules of Evidence 902 (13) & (14)
- Relevant case studies and real-world experiences from your peers in dealing with social media data
- The importance of an evidentiary defensible process and how to properly review and prepare social media evidence for production in eDiscovery