How to Get Your Social Media, Email and Text Evidence Admitted (and Keep Theirs Out)
With all of the changes surrounding social media and email, it’s critical to get up to speed on the latest rules, procedures and case law. Our family law partner, Michael DeHaven, will be teaching part of a full-day, cutting-edge course which will walk lawyers and paralegals through state processes, procedures and the latest case law, as well as how-tos, sample screen shots, real world examples and shortcuts along the way. From email to Facebook, Twitter and Snapchat, to YouTube, Pinterest and video surveillance, this comprehensive ESI guide will give invaluable insight into proven ways for identifying, preserving, producing, admitting and blocking ESI.
Michael G. DeHaven is a partner with Smith, Gildea & Schmidt, LLC, who has tried hundreds, if not thousands, of cases in a variety of areas of the law throughout his nearly 25 year career. As a partner in his current firm, his practice focuses on family law, including numerous referrals from family law practitioners in need of his court room experience. Mr. DeHaven has litigated numerous cases involving the admissibility of electronic evidence in both criminal and civil cases throughout the state. He is a member of the Maryland State Bar Association (Family & Juvenile Law Section), the Baltimore County Bar Association, and the Maryland Criminal Defense Attorneys Association. Mr. DeHaven earned his B.S. degree from Frostburg State University and his J.D. degree from the University of Baltimore School of Law.
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