Using Social Media Evidence in Litigation: Cutting-Edge Practical and Ethical Issues (Archived Video Stream) 

Sep. 16, 2013
Toronto Online

Using Social Media Evidence in Litigation:
Cutting-Edge Practical and Ethical Issues
Insurance Law | Original Program Date: September 16, 2013

Get a complete “how to” for using social media evidence in litigation. Learn how to locate social media witness evidence, how to determine what is admissible and what is not, what the latest case law is and how to apply it if your case goes to trial. You will also gain a greater understanding of what your ethical obligations are for, and when, actively seeking social media evidence and how to ethically use it. Put what you have learned into practice when you see a demonstration of how to apply social media evidence, hear plaintiff and defence counsel engage in a lively debate.

 

Program Chairs

Amanda J.H. McBride, Smith McBride Ducharme
Kathleen Erin Cullin, Wallbridge, Wallbridge

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