In this 1 hour webcast, NITA author Michelle Sherman will give you a roadmap for how lawyers should be thinking about social media from their first meeting with a client through trial, with some highlights of practical, not widely known tips drawn from her book, "Winning with Social Media: A Desktop Guide for Lawyers Using Social Media in Litigation and Trial." Learn more about: (1) Shortcuts for conducting informal social media discovery (without violating codes of ethics); (2) Tips for drafting formal discovery to get social media activity; (3) Motion practice for social media discovery; (4) Doing social media due diligence on witnesses, experts and jurors; and (5) Making and responding to objections to the admission of social media evidence.
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