Tagged with: Social Media Discovery
CLE Webinar with Lewis Brisbois: How to Do Social Media Collection and Presentation Right
Tuesday, November 7th 12pm ET/9am PT Join D4, X1 and Lewis Brisbois for a complimentary 1 hour CLE webinar on Tuesday, November 7th 12pm ET/9am PT to hear from an esteemed panel of experts on the importance of social media discovery and a legal practitioners guide...
Recent eDiscovery Cases for Mobile Phones and Social Media
As we all know, mobile phones and social media applications are storing and retaining more information about their users and their activities than ever. The range of electronically-stored information (ESI) that is fair game in a lawsuit and the case law that governs continues to evolve. Just how much is...
Social Media and Mobile Device Data Collection and Defensibility
With the proliferation of social media and mobile devices in our personal and professional lives, the need to collect ESI from them will only continue to grow. Each presents unique challenges for organizations, as they house different forms of data depending on platform and device type. This webinar identifies and...
Is Facebook a Protected Class of Evidence?
This article was originally published on "The Daily Record". This blog debates privacy and the importance of proving relevant evidence exists when requesting information from Facebook and other social media accounts. Discovery is not a game of “Go Fish”. To some extent it’s like playing an open hand of poker...
eDiscovery Update: Going Off-the-Grid with Smartphone Apps
This article was originally published on The Daily Record. “Spoken words disappear after they’re heard. But what you say online remains forever. With confidential messages that self-destruct, Confide lets you avoid the Cloud, and takes you off the record.” The above quote is from the website getconfide.com, which offers...
eDiscovery Update: Advising Clients on Use and Preservation of Social Media Evidence
This article was originally posted on The Daily Record. This post explains the ethical responsibilities and obligations of attorney’s when advising clients on privacy settings on various social media sites. It shouldn’t be a surprise that messages, posts and pictures from social media are discoverable. It also shouldn’t be s...
eDiscovery in Social Media—Controversial Facebook Photo Sparks Debate
Evidence on one's Facebook page and other social media is fair game in litigation and attorneys need to appropriately advise their clients on steps to preserve and produce relevant material. ‘I <3 Hot Moms!’ This was the phrase on a t-shirt of a widower, Mr. Lester. He was wearing it in a...
eDiscovery Update: Gathering Tweets from a Different Place in Time
This post was originally posted on The Daily Record. There is no debate that social media has altered our lives both professionally and personally. Even if you don’t have a Facebook account or are not an avid Tweeter, chances are that a picture of you is on someone’s site...
Social Media Site Preservation and Pharmaceutical Companies
In January of this year, the FDA issued a guidance document titled, “Guidance for Industry Fulfilling Regulatory Requirements for Postmarketing Submissions of Interactive Promotional Media for Prescription Human and Animal Drugs and Biologics.”“This draft guidance is intended to describe FDA’s current thinking about how manufacturers, packers, and distributors (firms) t...
Tips for Initiating and Responding to Social Media Discovery Requests
We know from our experience that preservation and collection of materials from Facebook, LinkedIn and other social media sites may contain tens of thousands of individual items, each with its own content or picture or graphic or link. Since we have choices to how many levels of hyperlinks we choose...
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