Legal and Practical Issues in Social Media Discovery
Please join us to discuss the importance of social media evidence in a variety of legal matters. Our presenter will cover the three distinctive characteristics of social media evidence and their discovery implications for identification, preservation, collection and review. She will review legal issues with special relevance to social media, including obtaining discovery of private content, communications with represented party, spoliation risks, authentication and social media policy for companies. Lastly, we’ll hear about specific case law from social media discovery cases.
Helen Geib, General Counsel for QDiscovery LLC, QDiscovery’s General Counsel, also provides consulting services to the company’s clients on all aspects of electronic discovery and courtroom technology. Prior to joining QDiscovery, Helen practiced law in the intellectual property litigation department of the Indianapolis office of Barnes & Thornburg LLP. She graduated summa cum laude from The John Marshall Law School in Chicago and earned her bachelor’s degree in physics from Drew University. She is a member of the bar of the State of Indiana and the US District Court for the Southern District of Indiana and a registered patent attorney. Helen regularly speaks about and publishes articles on eDiscovery. She is the Chapter Director of the Indianapolis chapter of Women in eDiscovery.
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