Corporate counsel and law firms are becoming increasingly aware of the treasure-trove of potential evidence available through social discovery. Gleaning information from Facebook timelines and Twitter feeds is the modern-day equivalent of hiring a private investigator to "tail" a target.
Legal professionals need to be aware of the importance of social media discovery and work accordingly.
- In one case, a state judge ordered an attorney to pay more than $500,000 in fines for telling his client to delete less-than-flattering information from his Facebook page!
- In another, a plaintiff was ordered to turn over his user names and passwords for Facebook and MySpace in order to allow opposing counsel to investigate.
- Learn about new tools that allow you to probe Facebook, Linkedin and Twitter to search, preview, collect and index relevant data!
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