eDiscovery Assistant: #CaseoftheWeek Episode 5: Social Media Preservation and Production

Extract from eDiscovery Assistant’s “#CaseoftheWeek Episode 5: Social Media Preservation and Production”

Preserving social media was the topic of discussion for episode 5 of #CaseoftheWeek. Kelly Twigger discussed dismissal sanctions and the failure to preserve social media in π†πšπ«ππ§πžπ« 𝐯. π–πžπ₯π₯𝐬 π…πšπ«π π¨ 𝐁𝐚𝐧𝐀, 𝐍.𝐀., 𝟐𝟎𝟐𝟎 𝐖𝐋 πŸ•πŸπŸŽπŸ“πŸπŸ‘πŸ” (𝐄.𝐃. π–πšπ¬π‘. 𝟐𝟎𝟐𝟎) presided over by United States Magistrate Judge Thomas O. Rice.

Hi, greetings, ediscovery enthusiasts and welcome to our ACEDS #CaseoftheWeek for December 15, 2020. I’m Kelly Twigger the CEO and founder of eDiscovery Assistant and the principal at ESI Attorneys. I’m excited to join you this week as part of our partnership with ACEDS in bringing together case law and some education in order to be able to help educate lawyers and legal professionals on ediscovery case law and discuss some of the practical implications of decisions.

Many of you know that eDiscovery Assistant maintains a curated database of ediscovery decisions that are tagged by ediscovery issues, including today’s issues based on failure to preserve and social media, as well as sanctions for dismissal.

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