Format: On Demand
Duration: 1 Hour 9 Minutes
About This Webinar
This recorded CLE webinar discusses how to properly preserve and social media evidence in litigation. The ubiquitous nature of social media has made it an unrivaled source of evidence, leading it to play a key role in countless cases. Businesses of every size can be affected by social media – both in the duty to preserve social media content and in the desire to access relevant social media evidence in litigation.
Data residing on social media platforms is subject to the same duty to preserve as other types of electronically stored information (ESI). The duty to preserve is triggered when a party reasonably foresees that evidence may be relevant to issues in litigation. All evidence in a party’s “possession, custody, or control” is subject to the duty to preserve. Evidence generally is considered to be within a party’s “control” when the party has the legal authority or practical ability to access it.
This course is brought to you by the Global Cyber Institute and Lexeprint and is nationally accredited.
Topics that will be discussed:
- Document Preservation Requirements
- Failure to Preserve Text and Instant Messages May Result in Sanctions
- Best Practices for Managing Data
Who should attend?
- Insurance executives
- In-house counsel
- Business executives
- Privacy attorneys
- Leo M. Gordon – U.S. Court of International Trade
- Dan Regard – Founder & CEO, iDiscovery Solutions
- Elizabeth Koenig – Senior Litigation Consultant, International Litigation Services
- Melissa Clark – Counsel, FeganScott
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