social media discovery

Everything You Need to Know About Social Media Discovery

Everything You Need to Know About Social Media Discovery 150 150 Jason Krause

Social media is discoverable, it’s important to your case, and it’s only getting more complicated. The good news is, the existing rules of Evidence apply to social media. You just have to know how to apply them. Law Technology News has a brand new, in-depth article by Nextpoint CEO Rakesh Madhava on this important subject. Check…

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Social Media Archiving: Someone is Saving Your Social Media. Shouldn't You?

Social Media Archiving: Someone is Saving Your Social Media. Shouldn't You? 150 150 Jason Krause

Social media only seems vaporous. You may not remember posting that photo from your bachelor’s or bachelorette party, but it’s out there. And no one in your company may remember that social media campaign from a few years ago, or Tweets your marketing department made for a long ago product launch. But someone on the…

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Social Media Discovery: 8 Ways Social Media Gets Lawyers in Trouble

Social Media Discovery: 8 Ways Social Media Gets Lawyers in Trouble 150 150 Jason Krause

We get it. Social media is not something most lawyers think about every day. According to the most recent ABA Legal Technology Survey Report, only 11 percent of attorneys use Twitter professionally. But as social media is now central to more and more matters, lawyers need to think about the ways Facebook, Twitter, and other sites affect their…

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Social Media eDiscovery Gets Serious

Social Media eDiscovery Gets Serious 150 150 Jason Krause

It’s official—failure to produce social media evidence in eDiscovery is a serious and punishable sin. In the ongoing case EEOC v. The Original Honeybaked Ham Co. of Georgia, Inc., the court has hammered a federal agency for failure to produce social media in a timely manner. Or as the opinion has it, for engaging in…

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How to Get Social Media Evidence Into Court

How to Get Social Media Evidence Into Court 150 150 Jason Krause

One of the worst things that can happen to a case in its early stages is to have a judge deny a discovery request. Evidence is the foundation of any matter, and to lose any source of information is a potential case killer. Unfortunately, in a number of reported cases, lawyers are making basic mistakes…

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Nextpoint.com 2.0: eDiscovery Software

Nextpoint.com 2.0: eDiscovery Software 150 150 Jason Krause

You may have noticed things are looking a bit different here at Nextpoint.com. We’ve launched our completely redesigned website, expanding the amount of information available about our services, including more in-depth information about eDiscovery Software, cloud computing, web and social media archiving, Mac and mobile litigation support and other areas of interest to our clients.  If you’re one of the…

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