Please join us for an in-depth discussion of issues related to the discoverability and admissibility of social media content.
July 16, 2015
12:00 – 1:30 p.m. EDT
Program will be 90 minutes, followed by time for Q&A
Our panel of K&L Gates lawyers will cover topics including: the discoverability standards applied by courts with regard to social media content; the likely effects of the anticipated amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure on such standards; the relevance of the federal Stored Communications Act to discovery of information on social media; the issues involved in preserving, collecting, searching, reviewing, and producing information from social media; and the considerations pertinent to admission of social media content as evidence.
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Desiree F. Moore, Social Media Industry Group Co-Coordinator
Daniel R. Miller, Partner, e-Discovery Analysis and Technology
Ivan L. Ascott, e-DAT Lawyer, e-Discovery Analysis and Technology
Bree D. Kelly, e-DAT Lawyer, e-Discovery Analysis and Technology
Please note that the webinar will be recorded and made available after the event for registrants in alternative time zones or for those who are unable to log-in during the original webinar presentation.
CLE credit is only available for those who participate during the live webinar. It is not available for those who watch the recording. CLE credit is available for New York, Pennsylvania, Texas, California and Illinois. For all other jurisdictions, please refer to the “State-By-State CLE Guide for Webinar Participation” found here.