Social Media, Internet and Email Evidence at Trial: Admissibility of Electronic Evidence
Overcoming the Challenges of Authentication, Relevance and Hearsay to Get Evidence Admitted
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will provide trial counsel with best practices for getting social media evidence admitted at trial, authenticating the evidence, proving its relevancy, and overcoming hearsay objections. The program will also address ethical considerations that counsel must weigh when using social media evidence.
- Relevance and undue prejudice
- Ethical considerations
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- What issues have proven most difficult for courts considering the authentication of social media evidence?
- What are best practices for overcoming hearsay concerns for internet and email communication?
- How have courts viewed the expectation of privacy on a networking site that is secured by some form of privacy protection?
Nicole D. Galli
Law Offices of N.D. Galli
Ms. Galli focuses her practice on commercial litigation, including all forms of IP litigation, in federal and state... | Read More
Ms. Galli focuses her practice on commercial litigation, including all forms of IP litigation, in federal and state courts and arbitration venues throughout the nation, as well as strategic legal risk management and IP counseling. Ms. Galli has litigated, through trial, a wide variety of IP and business disputes for clients in numerous industries including medical devices, software, consumer electronics, consumer products, automotive, energy, hospitality, food and beverage, construction, manufacturing and healthcare.Close
Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe
Mr. Mermelstein, a trial lawyer with more than 20 first-chair trials, specializes in white collar criminal defense and... | Read More
Mr. Mermelstein, a trial lawyer with more than 20 first-chair trials, specializes in white collar criminal defense and complex litigation. He is also Global Co-Chair of the firm’s Cybersecurity and Data Privacy team. Mr. Mermelstein has written many articles and has spoken extensively on many aspects of his practice.Close