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Join us at 2:00pm on February 14 for ICLE's webinar
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The Discoverability and Admissibility of Electronic Communications and Social Media

February 14, 2017

This program will address issues surrounding social media evidence in litigation. We will address discovery of social networking data, including metadata, preservation issues, and sample discovery requests. We will touch on privacy issues, including the use of social media in the workplace, the Stored Communications Act and the Georgia Computer Systems Protection Act. We will also discuss the use of social media evidence at trial, including authentication issues, how to admit and tender social media evidence, considerations relating to jurors, and ethical issues.


NOTE: All Webinars, even when viewed live, only qualify for “Self-Study” CLE Credits.

This webinar cannot be viewed after the live event. Do not register for this webinar unless you can attend live.


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The program will feature:
Miles

Sheri T. Lake has practiced family law exclusively for over 15 years. She began her legal career as law clerk to the Honorable Michael E. Hancock, Superior Court of DeKalb County where she gained valuable insight into the court system and its consideration of family law matters. Thereafter, Sheri worked for some of the most prestigious family law firms in the Atlanta, Georgia area. She was recognized in 2006 & 2007 as a Georgia Rising Star Super Lawyer and in 2013 & 2015 as a Georgia Trend Legal Elite. Sheri has lectured to other members of the State Bar of Georgia and nationally on issues related to family law, custody, social media discovery and admissibility, prenuptial and post-nuptial agreements and financial settlements. In addition to representing parties to a family law dispute, Sheri is also frequently appointed to represent the best interests of children involved in such disputes as a Guardian ad litem, and Sheri also mediates family law matters.

Sheri received her J.D. from Georgia State University in 1997, and a B.A. in History in 1990. Prior to beginning her career in the law, Sheri worked in sports marketing and management. She has been licensed to practice law in the state of Georgia since 1997 and in the state of California since 2005.

Sheri is a member of the Family Law Sections of the State Bar of Georgia and the State Bar of California. In addition, she is a member of the DeKalb County and Atlanta Bar Associations. Since 2015, Sheri has been a barrister member of the Charles Longstreet Weltner Family Law American Inn of Court.

   
Miles

Jessica Sabbath is a senior attorney in King & Spalding’s Business Litigation Practice Group.  Ms. Sabbath has extensive litigation experience in state and federal courts at both the trial and appellate levels, as well as arbitration experience.  Her representations include a variety of civil matters, with an emphasis on construction disputes, real estate disputes, insurance recovery, employment matters, contract litigation, and business torts.  She has experience serving as both plaintiff’s and defense counsel to local governmental entities and prominent companies in a variety of industries, including companies in the manufacturing, construction, real estate, and transportation industries.

Ms. Sabbath graduated with distinction from the University of Virginia in 2001. She received her J.D. degree, summa cum laude, in 2004 from Tulane University School of Law, where she was Senior Associate Editor of the Tulane Law Review.

Ms. Sabbath is a member of the State Bar of Georgia, the Atlanta Bar Association, the American Bar Association, and the Lawyers Club of Atlanta.  Ms. Sabbath has served on the Executive Council and Board of Directors for the Young Lawyers Division (YLD) of the State Bar of Georgia and as a co-chair of the Business Law Committee of the YLD.  She also regularly volunteers with the Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation.

   

TOPICS WILL INCLUDE:

  • Social Media evidence in litigation.
  • Discovery of social networking data, including metadata, preservation issues, and sample discovery requests.
  • Privacy issues, including the use of social media in the workplace, the Stored Communications Act and the Georgia Computer Systems Protection Act.
  • Social media evidence at trial, including authentication issues, how to admit and tender social media evidence, considerations relating to jurors, and ethical issues
 

This program will provide 1 CLE Hour including 1 Ethics Hour and 1 Trial Practice Hour.  Once you have registered for the program, you will receive a link with instructions to access the program.

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