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Ethical Issues in Using Social Media as Evidence

Recorded on: Mar. 20, 2018
Running Time: 01:00:37

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Taken from the Web Program Ethics in Social Media 2018 Recorded March 2018 in New York

Ethical Issues in Using Social Media as Evidence [01:00:37]

  • E-Discovery of social media network accounts
  • Social media evidence - advising your client
  • Attorney censure and disbarment
  • Requesting employee social media access
  • Juror misconduct
  • Maintaining attorney/client privilege
  • Emails last forever -- where do they reside?

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  • New York Courts Continue to Confront Complicated Issues Under State Cyberstalking Statute
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    Peter R. Jarvis, Trisha M. Thompson
  • The New ABA Opinion on the “Generally Known” Exception to Former-Client Confidentiality and Disqualification: An Attempt to Put a Pin in a Moving Target? (December 28, 2017)
    Nellie Q. Barnard, Peter R. Jarvis
  • Formal Opinion 749 (February 21, 2017)
  • Social Media Jury Instructions Report (December 8, 2015)
  • Formal Opinion No. 2012-186: Under What Circumstances Would an Attorney’s Postings on Social Media Websites Be Subject to Professional Responsibility Rules and Standards Governing Attorney Advertising?
  • Instances of Online Impersonation Continue to Proliferate, with Noticeably Varying Consequences
    Richard Raysman, Peter Brown

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    Peter R. Jarvis
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Peter R Jarvis ~ Holland & Knight LLP
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