To friend or not to friend? Jurors tweeting. Discovery from social media websites. Maintaining privileged communications on third party networks. The increasing use of social media presents new, multi-faceted litigation oriented challenges for everyone. From mushrooming discovery, to judicial extension of e-discovery to social media, to ethical issues and potential penalties, risks obviously abound. Thinking through these and other challenges presented by the social media explosion is crucial to succeed in this increasingly networked world.


Join Audra Dial for a discussion of the answers to these questions and many others that arise from social media in litigation. Learn how to best practices to use and incorporate social media during litigation while avoiding potential ethical issues relating to misuse of social media.

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