Social Media Tips and Ethics for Litigators

Mar 15, 2017 By: Lauren Sobel

Social media allows people to share all kinds of information with the public, and many use it to detail every aspect of

Webinar: Best Practices for Litigating in the Age of Social Media

Nov 18, 2016 By: Lauren Sobel

Join Practical Law and Samantha V. Ettari, E-Discovery Counsel at Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP, for a discussion of the key issues and best practices surrounding social media in litigation.

Social media and civil discovery: What, if anything, is privileged?

Jun 4, 2014 By: Jeremy Byellin

Social media offers a treasure trove of personal information in civil litigation, but how much of it is actually subject to discovery?

Can your computer conduct document reviews?

Jan 28, 2013 By: Patricia Taylor

Although there are significant drawbacks, predictive coding offers a cheaper and quicker method of document review.

Discovery: Hope may be the right strategy

Nov 12, 2012 By: Large Law

Because of the rapid rate of change in today’s discovery environment, experience alone will not solve the challenges presented by present day discovery.


Aug 24, 2012 By: Charlie Rose

In order to really understand (analyze) your client’s case, you must engage in a fact-finding investigation. This comes in two forms: (a)

Hot Docs: New ruling bypasses SCA protections for Facebook posts

Jul 12, 2012 By: Jeremy Byellin

In a new ruling, a California court of appeals invented a way to bypass SCA protections over private Facebook posts through compelling a party to provide consent.

Law firm hires PI to spy on 12-year-old girl’s Facebook page

May 8, 2012 By: Jeremy Byellin

The opposing counsel in a dog bite lawsuit hired a private investigator to pose as a Friend of a 12-year-old girl to collect information from her Facebook page.

Facebook and the Stored Communications Act: What’s protected? (part 1)

Sep 6, 2011 By: Jeremy Byellin

The Stored Communications Act (SCA) was enacted in 1986 and never anticipated the prevalence of social media in America. Still, the SCA offers some privacy protections.

An order to disclose your Facebook password?

Jun 2, 2011 By: Jeremy Byellin

Facebook continues to be a prime source of dirt for opposing sides in litigation. How deep do court discovery orders allow the other side to dig?

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