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Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, as well as other lesser-known social networking platforms used within the workplace, can be a treasure trove of information about workplace culture. These postings also can yield powerful evidence in the form of contemporaneous statements that undermine pretextual explanations for why your client was fired, or disciplined, or not promoted. At the same time, social media postings can be a minefield creating distractions for your case and potentially damaging your client’s credibility. Our speakers will discuss the state of the law as it relates to social media discovery, and provide practical advice on how to maximize the opportunities of social media for developing your case while avoiding traps for the unwary. In addition, they will explore how to best cull, preserve, download, upload, extract, and review social media discovery.
Adeash (AJ) Lakraj Adeash (AJ) Lakraj joined Barrett & Farahany as an Associate Attorney in August 2015. AJ graduated from the University of Central Florida in 2012 with a B.S. in Political Science and minors in Psychology and Leadership studies. He then went on to law...MoreAdeash (AJ) Lakraj joined Barrett & Farahany as an Associate Attorney in August 2015. AJ graduated from the University of Central Florida in 2012 with a B.S. in Political Science and minors in Psychology and Leadership studies. He then went on to law school at Emory University and earned his Juris Doctorate in 2015. While at Emory University, AJ was the recipient of the following awards: Pro Bono Medalist, First Place in the ABA Labor and Employment Trial Advocacy Competition in 2013, and a finalist for the ABA Labor and Employment Trial Advocacy Competition in 2014. AJ played a very active role in many organizations while in law school. He was a member of the Student Bar Association where he served as a Public Defender; Emory Law Mock Trial Society where he served as Director of Finance; Emory Law and Religion Moot Court Society, South Asian Law Students Association and Lamar Inn of Court. He brings his commitment to serving the public by protecting employees’ rights. In his spare time, AJ enjoys working out, traveling, reading and furthering his legal education. AJ has a passion for trial advocacy and fighting for the people and their rights. Collapse
Heather Newsom Leonard Heather Newsom Leonard is consistently recognized as one of the top employment lawyers in Alabama and has been handling employment law matters since 1998. She has been ranked as one of the Top 25 female attorneys as well as one of the Top 50 overall...MoreHeather Newsom Leonard is consistently recognized as one of the top employment lawyers in Alabama and has been handling employment law matters since 1998. She has been ranked as one of the Top 25 female attorneys as well as one of the Top 50 overall attorneys in Alabama by Thompson Reuters’ Superlawyers publication. Heather Leonard PC opened in 2002 and is a full service law practice concentrating on litigation and mediation of all employment law matters. Her firm has been ranked as a Tier One provider of employment law services by U.S. News and World Report's “Best Law Firms.” Collapse
April 14, 2018
Program Titles and Supporting Materials
This program contains the following components:
Clicking, Snapping, Chatting & Posting: Social Media Discovery, 2018 ESI Seminar - Audio
Clicking, Snapping, Chatting & Posting: Social Media Discovery, 2018 ESI Seminar - Paper
How To Attend
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