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Get Smart: Ethical Boundaries vis a vis Case Investigations and Evidence Collection in the Digital World

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  • Description
    The ethical boundaries of social media, with its constantly expanding and evolving landscape, is critical to an attorney’s knowledge base both in evidence collection and case investigations. This CLE course will review relevant issues including pretexting, wire taps, social media subpoenas and third-party discovery along with traditional investigations and the ethical considerations attorneys and law firms may face.
  • Instructor Bio

    Evan Goldman

    Evan M. Goldman, Esq. is Counsel at Hill Wallack LLP and focuses his practice on franchise law. Mr. Goldman has represented both franchisees and franchisors throughout the United States. In his practice, Mr. Goldman has litigated extensively in state and federal courts, as well as before the American Arbitration Association (“AAA”). Mr. Goldman has a breadth of experience representing franchisor and franchisee clients in all categories of disputes, including termination issues, trademark infringement disputes, enforcement of non-competition agreements, breach of contract, employment matters and fraud claims. Mr. Goldman has also litigated class action claims on both the plaintiff and defense side. Mr. Goldman can be contacted at 609-734-6360 or egoldman@hillwallack.com

    Learn more about Mr. Goldman: Website, Twitter, and LinkedIn.


    Susan Metcalfe

    Susan V. Metcalfe joined Duane Morris in 2013 as a Partner in its Trial Group. With more than 17 years’ experience representing a wide variety of companies in business disputes. Ms. Metcalfe is licensed in Pennsylvania, New York, and New Jersey, and is admitted to practice in numerous federal courts.

    Ms. Metcalfe regularly serves as lead trial counsel in high-stakes litigation involving fraud, breach of contract, non-competition covenants, theft of trade secrets, and trademark infringement. She frequently prosecutes and defends against motions for temporary restraining orders and preliminary injunctions. Ms. Metcalfe has significant experience litigating franchise disputes, including those involving franchisee terminations and earnings claims, but also represents clients in general business disputes, and has served as lead trial counsel in matters involving alleged construction defects, manufacturer/supplier disputes under the Uniform Commercial Code, product liability, premises liability, insurance coverage disputes, and commercial landlord/tenant disputes.