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Social Evidence® is a Cloud-based application that quickly and accurately collects, organizes, and analyzes data from specific social media sites for named accounts and provides tools to assist the legal professional to easily search, find, and use relevant case-related information in a repeatable, admissible, and legally-defensible format.

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To date, more than twenty-five states require #attorneys to stay abreast of changes in #technology relating to law practice. Is your state one of them? https://t.co/UChVSWOnCE

Andy Adkins, CIO at #SocialEvidence LLC told me that Social Evidence has been designed with #FRE902(14) in mind. They plan to follow a two-step process to assist with authentication of a collection that includes creating a hash value for the #ESI. https://t.co/PdujArHqRx

Podcast: In this episode of On Balance, Michigan Supreme Court Justice Mary McCormack discusses the benefits to judges regarding the use of #SocialMedia including sharing information with the public, how to get started & taking proper precautions. https://t.co/4xW3Ng1eWY

The conflict is coming to a head in a CA case that will test if the law — the SCA — conflicts with the constitutional rights of criminal defendants. The law bars companies from “knowingly” sharing information with anyone but the sender and the recipient. https://t.co/ZAcpLT1Qeh

It’s been about a decade and a half since the original Sedona Principles and Judge Scheindlin’s decision in Zubulake v. UBS Warburg. Attorneys have this eSDiscovery thing down, right? Not so fast. As technology changes, so does the practice of e-discovery. https://t.co/MjvUVtVpi9

The U.S. Supreme Court has issued a single signed opinion—back in November—since the start of the 2017 term. The court’s issued four per curiam rulings since the start of the term. #SCOTUS https://t.co/DxCM4FJF8A

You don’t need to be paranoid about the effects of social media on your claim, but you should always think before you post, & consider how your posts could be interpreted by your employer or insurance company that is paying your claim. #WorkersCompensation https://t.co/Uv4jWItApj

Should you have a digital will? Most of us have a number of #SocialMedia or other online profiles. A digital will enables you to set out, in one place, your instructions on how you want each of these profiles to be handled after your death. https://t.co/lsDdR69qVA

Recently, the Communications Workers of America (“CWA”) filed a class action lawsuit against Amazon, T-Mobile, Cox Communications, and Cox Media group alleging age discrimination in their Facebook ads. #AgeDiscrimination #EmploymentLaw #SocialEvidence https://t.co/zsqJz9tqW4

Are Your Employees Wasting Time On Social Media? Here Are Three Benefits https://t.co/8z4cKBFge5

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How is social evidence transforming ediscovery?

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"As an experienced litigator and eDiscovery partner in a major law firm, I learned firsthand that social media evidence is often case critical. It is imperative to have a tool like Social Evidence to forensically collect and analyze the vast troves of social media data to build our cases and to perform our legal duties to preserve, collect, and produce relevant social media evidence."
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Bill Hamilton
eDiscovery expert & social evidence board member

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Authentication of Social Media Evidence: A New Take on the Old Rules
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Social Evidence® and Internet for Lawyers Releases White Paper Focusing on Tips and Tricks to Find the Right Person on #SocialMedia
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