The 'Under the Hood' Approach to Social Media E-Discovery

Social media data is increasingly useful for litigation, but extracting such data for e-discovery isn't always an easy process.

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Social media data is increasingly useful for litigation, but extracting such data for e-discovery isn't always an easy process.

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  • Gayle O‘Connor

    A new player in the field of social media discovery is Social Evidence. Built by lawyers, for lawyers, this affordable tool will be released at the Florida Bar Association Annual Meeting in June. Take a look at social-evidence.com.

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