eDiscovery and Social Media: White Paper Outlines Everything Attorneys Need to Know About Social Media Evidence in Litigation

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Best practice guide delivers blueprint for authenticating social media and websites for litigation.


Nextpoint's Free Social Media and eDiscovery Guide

Social media collection is now a vital and challenging part of almost any legal matter. To make sense of this complicated area of law, the Client Success team at Nextpoint has distilled all of their experience in this emerging area of law and made it available in plain and simple language.

Collectively, Nextpoint’s Client Success team has decades of experience with social media and website collection for litigation. That knowledge is now available in one, convenient guidebook. Download Nextpoint’s free, easy-to-use Anatomy of a Tweet white paper to successfully manage social media evidence in any legal context.

This guide includes:

•The 5 Federal Rules of Evidence that apply to social media
•The technical challenges in authenticating social media evidence
•How to convince a jury that Internet evidence is authentic
•A look at recent case law pertaining to social media and Internet evidence

Find out what the most influential judge in social media law has to say, what it takes to authenticate social media evidence for a jury, and the essential features of accurate social media collections.

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About Nextpoint

Nextpoint’s mission is to improve access to justice by engineering powerful litigation solutions that are affordable to all law firms. Nextpoint is a truly simple and cost-effective evidence management solution that brings maximum efficiency to your litigation workflows. It’s a comprehensive software-as-a-service that takes you from collection, through e-discovery and into trial, across all your matters with just one log-in.

To find out more, please contact us, or take it for a test drive with a free trial. Keep up with all of the latest eDiscovery tips and tricks you need to successfully manage your next case on the Nextpoint blog.

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