Using Social Media for Investigative Research and Litigation...Ethically
Social media can be a valuable investigative tool - you can locate undisclosed assets, find evidence of physical activity, discover hidden relationships, witness intellectual property infringement, and find stolen items. But most lawyers have never received training in how to search social media sites. Let Internet experts Mark Rosch and Carole Levitt show you how:
- to use social media sites (Twitter, Facebook, MySpace, and LinkedIn) for discovery, trial preparation, direct examination, crossexamination, background checks, and locating missing persons; and,
- get this information admitted into evidence.
You’ll learn how to lay a proper foundation for social media evidence, avoid spoliation claims when your client is being investigated, and simple rules to stay on the ethical side of social media searching. Don’t miss this convenient, 90 minute course that will update you on best practices for social media investigations, and give you a unique information-gathering edge.