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How to Obtain and Use Social Media Evidence in Litigation

What You Will Learn

With the proliferation of social media and the rapid expansion of each litigant’s digital footprint, social media discovery has become a paramount issue in the broad litigation spectrum.  Ranging from employment claims, traffic incidents, contract breaches, and global patent disputes, social media has become an accepted form of discovery with the potential for extremely valuable and damaging information.  This presentation will include an overview of various social networks, the data available from those networks, how to ethically and effectively harvest that data, and how to use that data in litigation.  Additionally, the presentation will discuss various objections or obstacles to social media discovery and how to best overcome them.

This highly valuable and important webinar gives you the heads-up on how to ethically and effectively gather data for your case. The session covers tips to overcome problems and shows you the best way to handle any upcoming objections.

Your Speaker

Jason Pill is an attorney in Phelps Dunbar’s Tampa office.  Mr. Pill practices in the area of labor and employment. He represents employers regarding claims involving employment discrimination laws, wage and hour laws, family and medical leave laws, whistle blower laws, union-management relations, employee benefits, enforcement of non-competition agreements, and various employment-related torts. He prepares employment contracts, non-competition agreements, personnel policy manuals, and employee handbooks, and assists clients in training employees on various employment laws.
Mr. Pill also focuses on electronic discovery, data management, and privacy laws, and works with clients to develop strategies for electronic data organization, retention, and collection – both before and during litigation – so that they are prepared to actively avoid, pursue, or defend disputes in the most efficient way possible.
His experience also includes commercial litigation, business torts, franchise litigation, and securities arbitration.
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