2012 Social Media Evidence Issues Seminar
Thursday, December 13, 2012 SALEM, OR
Marion County Law Library (in Ticor Title bldg), 234 High Street SE
9:00 am – 11:45 am / 1:00 pm – 3:45 pm
TITLE: “Social Media Evidence Issues: Admissibility, Foundational Concerns & Expert Testimony; Social Media Pitfalls for Lawyers & Staff; Additional Metadata & Social Media Case Law Update; How to Lose Your Case: Avoid Drafting Metadata Related Discovery Requests; How to Lose Your Case: Avoid Drafting Smartphone Discovery Requests; More Social Media & Metadata Ethics Issues”
SPONSOR: Technology 4 Attorneys, LLC
CO-SPONSOR: Marion County Bar Association
- Pending submission for 5.0 CLE Hrs (including 1.0 Hr Ethics) to Oregon State Bar
- Approved for 5.0 CLE Hrs (including 1.0 Hr Ethics) by the Washington State Bar
- Pending submission for approval for 5.0 CLE Hrs (including 1.0 Hr Ethics) to Idaho State Bar
- CLE approval also by the West Virginia State Bar, Wisconsin Board of Bar Examiners, MCLE Board of Illinois & ISCCP, and Indiana Commission on CLE
- Explore social media evidentiary issues, including admissibility & foundational concerns
- Learn to recognize the pitfalls of social media for lawyers & staff who ignore same
- Recognize the critical need for lawyers to draft appropriate smartphone discovery requests
- Review latest case law on the impact of metadata and social media issues on discovery issues
- The critical need to incorporate some metadata discovery in your requests to opposing counsel
- Consider additional issues regarding social media and metadata’s impact on ethics
$75.00 Special Rate for Co-Sponsor Marion County Bar Ass’n Members, Paralegals, Staff, & Law Students (now until date prior to seminar, $100.00 at door)
Seminar Agendas, Register, Pay at:www.technology4attorneys.com
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2012 Medical Foundation Poinsettia Order Form
Order Deadline: November 1, 2012
Deliveries: Week of November 26, 2012
The proceeds from this year’s fundraiser will benefit these Marion and Polk County charities: Family Building Blocks, Women’s Crisis Center (Marion County), Liberty House, Sable House Crisis Center (Polk County), HOME Youth & Resource Center, and the Medical Foundation’s Scholarship Fund.
If you are unable to attend this event, please consider returning the pledge card along with your tax deductible gift. Remember, this wonderful resource to our community is funded entirely from private gifts like yours.
What: Boys & Girls Club of Salem, Marion and Polk Counties – Teen Court Luncheon
When: November 1, 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Where: Boys & Girls Club, Knudson Branch, 1395 Summer St. NE, Salem, OR 97301
The Teen Court program successfully transforms, changes and saves lives by diverting first-time youth offenders from the juvenile justice system into a constructive environment. The principal goal of teen court is to hold young offenders accountable for their behavior by imposing sanctions that will repair some of the harm imposed on the victim and community, and thereby reduce repeat offending. Unlike other problem-solving court models, teen court programs do not operate as a court within the judicial branch of government, but rather as part of a diversion process that works to keep youth out of formal court proceedings in the juvenile justice system. The Boys & Girls Club administers the Salem Teen Court program, which is funded by private donations. The support of our local community ensures that youth are provided this opportunity.
Please plan on joining your fellow Marion and Polk County Bar Association members for this free luncheon to support this valuable resource for the youth in our community.
RSVP to Kari Roberts – (503) 581-7383, ext. 31 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Mary Leonard Law Society’s Annual New Admittee Luncheon!
When: Wednesday, November 14, at 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
Where: Gamberetti’s Italian Restaurant, 325 High Street, SE (Pringle Park Plaza), Salem OR 97301
Please join the Mary Leonard Law Society in honoring the newest members of the Oregon State Bar. MLLS is honored to welcome Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum as this year’s keynote speaker. The 2012 essay contest winner will also be announced.
General admission is $15, payable by cash, check, or credit card at the door or by mailing a check beforehand to Mary Leonard Law Society at PO Box 773, Salem, OR 97308.
For new admittees, the luncheon is free! Lunch will be served buffet style with a vegetarian option available.
To RSVP or for more information email us at email@example.com.
We hope to see you there!
Marion County Bar Association
Annual Awards and Pro Bono Awards Dinner
Thursday, Janary 31, 2013
5:30 – 9:00 p.m. at Creekside Golf Club
NOMINATION FORM – MCBA Annual Awards [Click Here]
RETURN FORM BEFORE November 1, 2012, TO:
Shannon Snow (Shannon@YourAtty.com)
Saucy & Saucy, P.C.
475 Cottage Street NE, Suite 120
Salem, OR 97301
Marion County Bar Association’s
2012 Holiday Party
Friday, December 7, 2012
Starting at 4:00 p.m.
At the Mission Mill Dye House
Join your colleagues for an evening full of
great company, food and spirits!
Your yearly MCBA dues of $50 will be collected at the door.
For additional information contact Shannon Snow at Shannon@YourAtty.com or (503) 362-9330.