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E-Discovery Hot Topic: Social Media

October 18, 2012

Start date and time

October 18, 2012 9:00 AM

End date and time

October 18, 2012 10:00 AM

Time zone:

(GMT-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)


1919 N. Lynn Street
Conference Room 15124A
Arlington ,VA 22209

Contact information

Caitlin van der Graaff
+1 512 498 7401

Registration options


Event registration is closed.

Social media is pervasive and content may be relevant evidence in litigation or a regulatory event. This is a burgeoning area of records management and e-discovery and this article will address the primary legal and technical considerations of social media as well as provide practice tips to avoid spoliation sanctions.

  • Why we need to factor social media into e-discovery;
  • How to collect or monitor social media evidence;
  • How social media data differs from other data;
  • The legal framework

Onsite check-in is from 8:45  - 9:00 am.
 60 minutes. 
Certification: Application on file for 1 general CLE hour with the State Bars of Pennsylvania and Virginia. Other states as requested.

About the Speakers

Lauren Allen, project manager, Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP
Lauren Allen is a project manager for Deloitte Financial Advisory Services. In her role, she serves federal government agency clients on electronic discovery engagements. With more than 11 years of electronic discovery experience, Allen also holds Project Management Professional certification from the Project Management Institute and earned her legal degree at Hofstra University School of Law.

Michael Wylie, senior specialist, Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP
Michael Wylie is a senior specialist with Deloitte Financial Advisory Services, focusing on discovery and federal litigation involving environmental claims. He earned his law degree at the University of Richmond School of Law.

Venue 1919 N. Lynn Street
Conference Room 15124A
Arlington, VA 22209
Date Thursday, October 18
Time 09:00  – 10:00 am

Event registration is closed.