Wednesday,September 9, 2009
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM (Eastern)
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Social networking sites are among the most talked aboutareas of content growth on the Internet. As socialnetworking sites have gained popularity, more and morelawyers are using sites such as Twitter, Facebook,MySpace, and LinkedIn for discovery, trial preparation,background checks and more. Join us for this 60-minutewebinar where you and your colleagues will discover:Keys to find the information that can be the turningpoint in a caseAdvanced Search Techniques: How to tap intoFacebook & LinkedInHow to evaluate potential jurors before and duringtrialUsing information from social networks: What'sEthical: What's Not
Facebook, MySpace and LinkedIn: New Tools for Legal Research
The ever-growing popularity of social networking websites has created a vast network of investigative resources lawyers. Join us for this 60-minute webinar that deals with the contentand construct of social networking sites and discusses some of the most significant challenges indiscovery.
How to Conduct Investigative Research: Twitter, Facebook & LinkedIn
Investigate defendants, witnesses and the oppositionGet jury background information to craft effective closing argumentsUse Twitter, Facebook, MySpace, and LinkedIn for proactive investigations
Gain a Legal Edge: Benefits of the Newest Investigative Tool
Find linkages between co-conspirators and criminal planningHow to locate missing heirs, potential witnesses, escapees, etcUsing social networks to Evaluate active & potential cases to determinevalidity
What's Ethical: Access Information on Facebook, Twitter, and MySpace
Research job applicants' public statements, photos, and social activityWhat if information comes from a private profile?Who's your friend?: Is "friending" a misrepresentation?
Question and Answer Session - Hear Real-World Questions Answered!
Carole Levitt. Esq.
is the President of Internet For Lawyers (IFL), an Internet research CLEseminar and training company. She practiced law in California and spent many years as a law