Federal Rules of Evidence

Social Media and eDiscovery: Anatomy of a Tweet

Social Media and eDiscovery: Anatomy of a Tweet 150 150 Jason Krause

This is the third in a three-part series explaining the role of social media and website evidence in litigation. Part One focused on understanding the rules for authenticating social media. Part Two walked through the tests used to authenticate digital evidence in court.  Litigating in the age of social media is like trying to solve a…

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5 Steps to Authenticate Social Media, Email, Texts and More

5 Steps to Authenticate Social Media, Email, Texts and More 150 150 Jason Krause

This is the second in a three-part series explaining the role of social media and website evidence in litigation. Part One focused on understanding the rules for authenticating social media. Part Three will look at the practical issues in authenticating digital evidence. Every lawyer wants a smoking gun – that one piece of hard, irrefutable evidence…

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The Rules for Authenticating Social Media in eDiscovery

The Rules for Authenticating Social Media in eDiscovery 150 150 Jason Krause

This is the first in a three-part series explaining the role of social media and website evidence in litigation. Part Two provides a straightforward, 5-step guide to authenticating and entering social media evidence into litigation. Part Three will look at the practical issues in authenticating digital evidence. The U.S. Court system has had a long…

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