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.
- 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
About the Speaker
Robert Keeling is an experienced litigator whose practice includes a special focus on electronic discovery matters. He represents both plaintiffs and defendants in complex civil litigation throughout the nation and conducts internal investigations in the U.S. and throughout the world. Mr. Keeling has authored several articles on eDiscovery and social media and is a co-chair for his firm’s eDiscovery Task Force.