From Taylor Swift to Lynyrd Skynyrd to the CEO of Marvel Entertainment, celebrities helped make new data discovery law in 2017.
Whether it’s potential legal sanctions for spilling coffee on a laptop, the obligation to preserve text messages, or the impact on attorney-client privilege when a lawyer receives email from a client’s work computer, these celebrities and their legal imbroglios provide valuable legal lessons for lawyers, corporate legal departments, human resources professionals—or just about anyone who uses a computer or sends a text message. These celebrity stories affect us all.
Event Type: Webinar
- Start Date/Time:
- 14 December 2017, 2:00 PM ET
- End Date/Time:
- 14 December 2017, 3:00 PM ET
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Join us for an educational and entertaining webinar as US Chief District Judge Joy Flowers Conti (W.D. Pa.), e-discovery authority and Reed Smith partner David Cohen, and noted entertainment lawyer Michael Kump of Kinsella Weitzman Iser Kump & Aldisert join Relativity’s David Horrigan for a look back on celebrity data discovery law in 2017 and how it affects you and your organization.
- What you should—and should not—do if you or your client suddenly become a news or social media celebrity
- Understanding your legal obligations to preserve evidence for litigation
- Knowing the potential pitfalls with data sources, including audio files and text messages
- Learning ways to protect and avoid waiving the attorney-client privilege