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On-Demand eDiscovery Webinar: Best practices in Use, Authentication, and Admissibility of Social Media Evidence

Please complete the registration form below for instant access to our On-Demand eDiscovery Webinar: Best practices in Use, Authentication, and Admissibility of Social Media Evidence. Webinar materials include the 30-minute streaming video link, a downloadable MP3 podcast, the full presentation PDF, and helpful checklists. Webinar details and agenda are below.

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Webinar Description

Social media can yield the most important evidence of your case, but only if you gather and use it properly. Social media has allowed individuals and businesses to communicate in new, unprecedented ways. Not surprisingly, it can be the most important evidence in your case. But identification, collection, authentication, admissibility and ethics rules require special consideration. Joining us for this webinar is Robert Keeling, partner at Sidley Austin and industry expert on the complex topic of social media eDiscovery.

Webinar Agenda

-The Prevalence of Social Media
-The Use of Social Media
-Using Social Media as Informal Discovery
-Applicable Ethics Rules, Guidelines, and Opinions
-Takeaways, Tips, and Other Considerations
-Authentication and Admissibility Considerations

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This Webinar is part of our eDiscovery Webinar Series, with new instalments monthly which cover a variety of eDiscovery concepts and Best Practices. You can view any of our past Webinars OnDemand.

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