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Unique Evidentiary Issues Arising from Working from Home

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$40 for Members
$50 for Non-Members
$0 for CLE Passport Holders
$0 for Law School Students

60 minutes
Date Published

April 5, 2020

Publisher

Memphis Bar Association

Subjects

Approved for Dual CLE Credit, Ethics, Evidence, Evidentiary Issues, Working From Home

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Summary

In light of the recent crisis, many have had to resort to working from home using personal equipment, web conferencing, telephone calls, and more. When handling evidence regarding these items, there are bound to be unique issues surrounding the authentication and admissibility of this evidence. Take, for example, a web conference that has been videotaped, will everything in the videoconference be admissible or will there be issues of embedded hearsay. This CLE explores the following topics:

A. What to look for during discovery of work from home employees
B. How to evaluate the authenticity of the average web conference
C. Offering and objecting to the use of recorded conferences
D. Privacy and privilege issues associated with discovery and use of web conference evidence
E. How does personal use policies effect the use of evidence from the work-at-home employee

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Presenters

Sean Antone Hunt
Principal - The Hunt Law Firm

A native of Memphis, Tennessee, Sean Antone Hunt is a graduate of Vanderbilt University School of Law and also holds a... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

Unique Evidentiary Issues Arising from Working from Home - Video
Unique Evidentiary Issues Arising from Working from Home - Paper
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