The Role of Social Media Evidence in Product Liability Litigation

How to Collect Various Social Media Evidence

Today, Canon Business Process Services, Inc. (Canon), has announced the availability of an on-demand webcast that highlights an important and timely legal issue. When mired in a product liability case, getting access to the other party’s social media posts can be a critical part of the strategy for trial. Canon’s webcast provides practical information on how courts limit access depending on privilege, relevance, and proportionality as well as how legal professionals can adjust their discovery strategy for maximum impact.

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Key topics include –

  • The ways social media evidence is used and collected in product liability litigation
  • What courts have held about access to social media accounts as well as authentication and admissibility
  • How to collect various social media evidence

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The webcast, “The Role of Social Media Evidence in Product Liability Litigation,” is sponsored by Canon and hosted by Bloomberg BNA. Presenters from Canon, Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholler LLP, Pepper Hamilton LLP and Berkeley Research Group emphasize that because social media evidence may be critical to a case, understanding best practices may mean the difference between winning and losing.

Currently, Canon helps clients enable business agility and digital transformation as well as lead an increasingly evolving workforce.

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