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Cellular Information in Tennessee: Obtaining and Admitting in Litigation - On-Demand
Webinar is now available on-demand. NOTE: On-Demand webinars are not eligible for CLE credit.
Cell phone records are not just used to place a suspect near the scene of a crime at a particular time. They are also used in civil litigation. Cell phone records may establish that a driver was on the phone at the time of an accident. They may be used to prove a spouse was having an extramarital affair or dissipating marital assets.
But what are the best ways to make sure such information is admissible? How should you obtain the information in discovery? Join your colleagues for a fast-paced briefing on the types of issues a practitioner will face when dealing with cell phone records. Your webinar presenters will cover how to obtain cellular information, including what information to include in a subpoena. They will tackle such evidentiary issues as relevancy, authentication, and hearsay. They will also discuss the use of experts in interpreting records and inspecting devices.
Learn how to make effective use of cell phone data:
- The type of cellular information available
- How to obtain the information in discovery
- How to get the information into evidence
- Use of experts
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About Your Presenters:
Assistant General Counsel - Legal Department
Corrections Corporation of America (CCA) - Facility Support Center, Nashville
Tom Shaw is Assistant General Counsel with the Legal Department of Corrections Corporation of America’s (CCA’s) Facility Support Center in Nashville. Mr. Shaw manages all processes and programs associated with electronic record identification, discovery, retention, and destruction for CCA. He graduated from Western Kentucky University and received his law degree from the Nashville School of Law. He has worked with CCA in a variety of roles since 1995.
Riley Warnock & Jacobson, PLC
Russell Taber, with Riley Warnock & Jacobson, PLC, practices primarily in the area of business litigation. He is the author of the book Electronic Discovery in Tennessee: Rules, Case Law and Distinctions. Mr. Taber is AV rated by Martindale-Hubbell and has been named a Mid-South Rising Star by Super Lawyers since 2012. Prior to joining the firm, he served as a law clerk for the Honorable Gilbert S. Merritt Jr. of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit. Mr. Taber received his law degree from Vanderbilt University Law School.