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Win (& Avoid Losing) Cases by Exploiting Social Media & Utilizing the Internet

Practical tips and emerging strategies for mining and using online evidence

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    There are tremendous amounts of online evidence, including on social media sites that can make or break any case. And that information can disappear quickly. This program gives you practical ideas about how you can use public information during informal discovery as well as in formal discovery, fact investigation, witness preparation, and jury selection. The expert panel also discusses why you should search publicly available information about your own clients and witnesses to avoid surprises.

    In addition, the panel discusses the tricky ethical rules emerging in this important area. This program provides many examples, lists of available sites, and practical suggestions about organizing and analyzing the data. Don’t leave evidence out there that you could use to win your next case!

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    Steven R. Verronneau, MWV Multi-Media Forensic Investigative Services, Inc., New Bedford
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