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Social Media and the Law  

Wednesday, September 6th // 12 PM PT // 3 PM ET

About The Webinar

There are more than three billion active social media users across the world today. That’s almost half the global population, regularly tweeting about the news, sharing updates about their work, and, yes, uploading pictures of their lunch. But social media isn’t just changing the way we interact with each other; it’s changing the way we practice law.

The rise of social media has significant and novel implications for legal professionals. How are social media messages accessed and preserved for litigation? What are the information governance implications, and potential liabilities, that can stem from a company’s Twitter account or an employee’s Facebook usage? And how are attorneys supposed to make sense of a  or a , when emojis are working their way into more and more communication, on social networks and off?

Join us as we discuss these increasingly pressing issues.

Attendees will learn:

  • Best practices for preserving and producing social media evidence in litigation.
  • How social media is working its way into the discovery process and how courts are reacting.
  • Ethical pitfalls that can arise when dealing with social media.
  • How emojis are changing the legal practice today and how they’ll continue to alter the profession in the future.

Eric Goldman is a professor of law and director of the High Tech Law Institute at Santa Clara University School of Law, where his research and teaching focuses on Internet law, intellectual property, and marketing law. He previously practiced in Silicon Valley, as general counsel with and a technology transactions attorney at Cooley Godward LLP. He blogs on internet law matters at the Technology & Marketing Law Blog and the Tertium Quid Blog at Forbes. He is currently working on a paper on emojis and the law, surveying the impact of emojis on the legal system.

Register for the Webinar
DATE: Wednesday, September 6th
TIME: 12 PM PT // 3 PM ET
DURATION: 60 mins
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Featured Presenters


Eric Goldman

Professor of Law

Santa Clara University

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John Isaza


Rimon Law

John Isaza, Esq., FAI, is an internationally recognized expert in the fields of information governance, records and information management, and social media law. A partner at Rimon Law, he heads the firm’s Information Governance & Records Management practice and is also the CEO of Information Governance Solutions, featuring Virgo. He is the past chair of the ABA’s Social Media Law Subcommittee and current chair of the Consumer Privacy and Data Analytics Subcommittee. John is also and a contributing author and Editor in Chief of the Handbook on Global Social Media Law for the Business Lawyer, to be published by the ABA and co-author of 7 Steps for Legal Holds of ESI & Other Documents, published by ARMA International.

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Aryan Kushan is an adjunct professor of law at American University’s Washington College of Law in Washington, D.C., where he teaches about the intersection between social media and the law. His academic interests include current and emerging technologies used in, and for, the practice of law. He is also an associate registrar for Georgetown Law.

Aryan Kushan

Adjunct Professor of Law

American University

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