Alabama Attorney ESI Update: How to Uncover and Use Digital Evidence for Maximum Case Benefit
Live Webinar: Wednesday, February 21, 2018
10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: Learn what electronic evidence is admissible in Alabama, how to acquire it, and how use it to your client’s greatest advantage in litigation.
Are you completely current with the latest rules controlling how social media evidence can be used in Alabama litigation? Could you be missing a key piece of e-mail, social media, text message, or other cyber-evidence that could materially affect the outcome of a pending case?
The explosion of social media and electronic communications has created an enormous source of evidence. During discovery, you may want to access everything from text messages to Facebook posts to Instagram direct messages to basic e-mails. However, it is critically important that Alabama attorneys understand how to make social media discovery requests, how to judge the authenticity and admissibility of social media evidence, and how to use third party subpoenas for information from social networks.
Join us on February 21st when Jeremy Richter with Birmingham’s Webster, Henry, Bradwell, Cohan, Speagle & DeShazo, P.C. will explain all facets of social media e-discovery, how to prepare discovery requests for social media content, and use this evidence effectively at trial.
You’ll learn about
- Whether there is a social media content privilege
- How to make social media discovery requests, objections, and reponses
- Production of social media discovery
- Spoliation of social media evidence
- Third party subpoenas to social media networks
- Social media pitfalls for attorneys
- And more
About Your Presenter
Webster, Henry, Bradwell, Cohan, Speagle, & DeShazo, P.C.
Jeremy Richter is an attorney with the law firm of Webster, Henry, Bradwell, Cohan, Speagle & DeShazo, P.C. in Birmingham. His practice focuses on transportation law and motor vehicle accidents, general liability, construction law, and premises liability. He is a graduate of Samford University Cumberland School of Law. He also earned a M.A. from the University of Alabama at Birmingham, and a B.S. from Tennessee Temple University. Mr. Richter regularly contributes to trade publications and authors a blog focusing on personal injury and insurance defense topics.