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Ethical Issues in Using Social Media as Evidence

Recorded on: Mar. 20, 2017
Running Time: 00:53:17

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Taken from the Web Program Ethics in Social Media 2017 recorded March, 2017 in New York.

Ethical Issues in Using Social Media as Evidence [00:53:17]

• 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?

Peter R. Jarvis

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Peter R Jarvis ~ Holland & Knight LLP
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