Posts Tagged ‘social media evidence’

Key Ways Social Media Affects eDiscovery – Part 2

Social media discovery is becoming an increasingly core component for much of today’s litigation. And, whether in use by clients or counsel, obtaining evidence from social media also carries the potential for making cases much more complicated than expected. Here’s Part 2 of a closer look at some of the key ways in which social…

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Key Ways Social Media Affects eDiscovery – Part 1

Social media discovery is becoming an increasingly core component for much of today’s litigation. And, whether in use by clients or counsel, obtaining evidence from social media also carries the potential for making cases much more complicated than expected. Here’s Part 1 of a closer look at some of the key ways in which social…

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Major Challenges in Using Social Media in Litigation – Part 2

Social media has the potential to complicate cases from the first meeting with a client all the way through the delivered ruling. With the increasing popularity of social media across multiple platforms and devices, social media discovery is more likely to play a major role in litigation these days than not. Yet, despite its prevalence,…

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Major Challenges in Using Social Media in Litigation – Part 1

Social media has the potential to complicate cases from the first meeting with a client all the way through the delivered ruling. With the increasing popularity of social media across multiple platforms and devices, social media discovery is more likely to play a major role in litigation these days than not. Yet, despite its prevalence,…

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Seven Costly Mistakes Attorneys Make on LinkedIn

TERIS/USA When it comes to social media attorneys have to be smart about what they post… not to mention where and how. Although even the average citizen can end up regretting an embarrassing photo or off-the-cuff remark years down the road, the consequences can be far more serious for those in the legal profession. Here’s a…

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Failing to Investigate Facebook posts can be Risky to Attorneys

The popularity of social media sites like Facebook and Twitter makes them instrumental when it comes to eDiscovery. However, the sheer mass of data that can be collected from user profiles may cause attorneys to avoid investigating social media posts. Any evidence gathered must be relevant to the case in order for judges to allow…

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