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Winning with Social Media: A Desktop Guide for Lawyers Using Social Media in Litigation and Trial

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Author and NITA faculty member Michelle Sherman’s latest book, Winning with Social Media: A Desktop Guide for Lawyers Using Social Media in Litigation and Trial, talks about the social media phenomenon that has become the  norm of today’s society. Now, social media also has an incredible impact in the legal arena.

The oversharing that happens on social networking sites can make or break a case. As Sherman delves into the ever-changing landscape of social media and technology, readers will get an inside look and become much more comfortable using social media in order to see how helpful evidence from these sites can be. You’ll discover how this modern form of evidence plays a key role in cases ranging from divorce and child custody to wrongful termination, and much more.

Furthermore, you’ll learn how to conduct informal discovery for getting social media discovery from the opposition, authenticate “ownership” of social media accounts and the incriminating posts made to them, use and monitor posts, and much more! In the 21st century nowadays, you cannot simply ignore social media, so if you don’t know how to use it or how it can benefit your case, then pick up Sherman’s book today and learn how you too can use social media to your advantage.

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