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Getting Evidence from Smartphones, Facebook, Slack, Zoom and More

  • 07/27/2022
  • 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
  • Newscast

Register: https://ipe.nbi-sems.com/ProductDetails/Getting-Evidence-From-Smartphones-Facebook-Slack-Zoom-and-More-Paralegal-How-to-s/Video-Webinar/92516ER_3721844?st=WA

Program Description

Find, Preserve, and Collect

Sources of electronic evidence are many, varied, and the list is constantly growing. Do you know how to tap into each one for the evidence you need? This paralegal program will show you how to approach different devices and applications in litigation. From emails and social media sites to smartphones, smartwatches, and more, get the insights you need to find, preserve, and capture case-supporting information. Register today!

  • Learn best practices for obtaining evidence from computers and emails.
  • Walk through each step you need to take to preserve and collect social media evidence.
  • Find out how to obtain texts, call logs, geolocation data, and other information from smartphones.
  • Tap into the wealth of evidence in smartwatches and the cloud.
  • Hear how to obtain data from Slack, Microsoft Teams, Zoom, and other communications platforms.

Who Should Attend

This intermediate level course is designed to give paralegals the knowledge they need to effectively obtain evidence from electronic devices and applications. Those who should attend include:

  • Paralegals
  • Legal Technicians
  • Legal Assistants
  • Legal Support Staff

Course Content

  1. Collecting Computer, Tablet, and Email Evidence
  2. Getting Evidence From Facebook, Youtube, and Other Social Media Sites and Apps
  3. Smartphones: Collecting Text Messages, Apps, Location Data, and More
  4. Obtaining Evidence From Apple Watch, Fitbit, and Other Smartwatches
  5. Discovery Guide to Slack, Microsoft Teams, and Other Business Communication Apps
  6. E-Discovery for Zoom and Other Video Communications
  7. Ephemeral Messages and Other Current Preservation Challenges
  8. Ethics for Paralegals

Washington State Paralegal Association
1402 Lake Tapps Parkway SE
Ste. F104/PMB133
Auburn, WA. 98092



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