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Capturing Webpages as Evidence

Attorneys looking to capture and admit online content must consider the ephemeral nature of the Internet and the authentication challenges specific to web-based content. Explore the different approaches courts have used to evaluate the admissibility of online evidence.   Gain insight on: Admissibility risks with capturing online evidence Ways to authenticate webpage evidence under the Federal Rules of Evidence Pros ...

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Capturing Webpages as Evidence: Risks and Best Practices

Today, the collection of online evidence is a crucial aspect of many cases. Even before litigation begins, both plaintiff and defense frequently scour the Internet to build a case for or create a defense against an anticipated lawsuit. Attorneys looking to capture and admit online content must consider the ephemeral nature of the Internet and the authentication challenges specific to ...

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Capturing Webpages as Evidence: Risks and Best Practices

Today, the collection of online evidence is a crucial aspect of many cases. Even before litigation begins, both plaintiff and defense frequently scour the Internet to build a case for or create a defense against an anticipated lawsuit. Attorneys looking to capture and admit online content must consider the ephemeral nature of the Internet and the authentication challenges specific to ...

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Coming Soon: “Social Media as Evidence: Cases, Practice Pointers, and Techniques”

LPM is thrilled to be publishing Social Media as Evidence: Cases, Practice Pointers, and Techniques in March. Pre-order your copy today with a 15% pre-publication discount! For lawyers, the proverbial “smoking gun document” of the pre-internet era has given way to the “smoking gun tweet.” In recent years, Facebook, Twitter, blogs, and other social media channels have become an evidentiary gold mine for ...

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