EDiscovery Day with the San Diego ESI Forum: Joy Murao, Doug Austin & John Ellis Join Tom O’Connor In A Wide Ranging Year End ReviewNovember 25, 2020
Like The Rolling Stones, we are approaching the last stop on our summer tour.
Friday, August 9, 2019 New Orleans Bar Association Free on Fridays Tech CLE Series
“Authentication of Social Media Evidence: A New Twist on the Old Rules”
Social Media has become a hotbed of potential evidence in many cases nationwide over the past several years. The more prevalent cases involving social media as evidence are in the field of person injury, family law, criminal law, labor law and Workman’s Compensation. How can the researcher best access this invaluable data? How to get the information into evidence? Must one preserve the social media sites where the data resides? What about private data versus public data? How do the Federal Rules of Evidence apply to social media when introducing it as evidence? Don’t miss this session on one of the most exciting areas of the law and come away with good, practical knowledge on how you can capitalize on this potential evidence for your next case.
Tom O’Connor, Gulf Coast Legal Technology Center
Gayle O’Connor, GMO Marketing
Date: Friday, August 9, 2019
Time: 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Location: NOBA Conference Room, 650 Poydras Street, Suite 1505
To preregister please email Briana Nelms or call NOBA at (504) 525-7453.
Cost: FREE for NOBA Members ; $35 for Non-Members
And yes, all the members of the Rolling Stones are older than both Gayle AND Tom!!
This is the last video in our series and we finish up by summarizing the eDiscovery tools in O365 and how they align to the EDRM . We also answer a few questions that have been posed along the way, look at features that have been released since we started this project and preview some of the upcoming items on the product road map.
Rachi and would both like to thank everyone for their comments along the way and a special note of thanks to Judge Xavier Rodriguez for getting us started on this project by asking for some material he could present to the eDiscovery class he teaches at St. Mary’s School of Law in San Antonio. Please continue to send any more questions or comments to us while we plan our next project, coming to a browser near you this fall!