Many lawyers are accessing social media pages during the discovery process for witnesses and opposing parties alike as a matter of routine, using their findings to augment evidence and improve cross-examination techniques. But what are the ethical implications of such actions?
In this whitepaper, we examine issues that legal professionals should consider when it comes to ethics and social media.
- Social Media Discovery As Part Of E-Discovery
- Admissible Use And Facebook
- Social Media Use In Active Cases
We are still in the early stages of social media and its potential impact in the legal world. We're only now beginning to examine not only the legal - but also the ethical - implications of actions.
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