Top 4 Platforms for Litigators: Are You Socially Savvy?
At one point in time, the majority of written information used as evidence in a court case was gathered from public records and other readily-available
A New Wave of Facebook Users: Can You Guess Who?
Given the ever-changing webscape of social media, itʻs imperative that firms today keep up with changes to the different social media platforms and how to
The Risks of Tipping-Off the Subject in a Social Media Analysis
What happens when you tip-off the subject of a case, effectively letting them know that you’re looking into their social media profiles for evidence? Turns out, a lot.
Back-To-School: Why Business Leaders Are Taking Social Media Law Courses
Don’t learn your lesson the hard way. It may be time to take a class on social media law, or just reach out to get expert help to navigate a complex topic.
Friending to Gain Access: The Pitfalls of Unethical Litigation Behaviors
There are many unethical behaviors to avoid when in the middle of a court case. You may be unknowingly engaging in these behaviors. Here is what to avoid.
Just in case: what you must know about the new California online privacy law
This summer, California passed the toughest data privacy law in the United States. Here’s what you need to know about this new law and its impact.