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Hold My Beer and Watch This! Social Media and Wearable Tech in Discovery and Litigation

12:55      Welcome and Introductions

1:00        Social Media Forensics – A Breakdown for Attorneys

Angel Garrow, TCDI, Greensboro

During this session, digital forensic analyst Angel Garrow dives into the intricacies of forensic preservation and analysis of social media evidence. Learn about key topics including an overview of the preservation process, current capabilities as it relates to recovering deleted data, types of evidence that can be uncovered, potential challenges and how to prepare the data for review.

1:46        Plaintiff Perspective

Jesse Shapiro, Wilson Reives Silverman and Doran PLLC, Sanford

Hear the impact and responsibilities of a lawyer as it relates to social media and wearable tech from the plaintiff's perspective. From initial contact (duty to advise) through discovery and litigation.

2:31        Defense Perspective

Elizabeth Ligon, Teague Campbell Dennis & Gorham LLP, Raleigh

Hear the impact and responsibilities of a lawyer as it relates to social media and wearable tech from the defense's perspective.

3:16        Break

3:26        Panel Discussion

Angel Garrow, TCDI, Beachwood, OH
Elizabeth Ligon, Teague Campbell Dennis & Gorham LLP, Raleigh
Jesse Shapiro, Wilson Reives Silverman and Doran PLLC, Sanford

4:13        Adjourn

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Description

In today's digital age, people share more of their lives on social media or have activities in their lives recorded through wearable tech. This data becomes a crucial source of evidence in legal cases.

Contributors

  • Angel Garrow

    Angel Garrow is a digital forensic analyst at TCDI in Greensboro. She is a technically savvy professional with 8 years of experience in nursing and also an aptitude for change. She have a deep interest in providing in depth technology investigations. She has an ability to handle analysis and support in various technology areas coupled with 2 years of experience in digital forensics, cybersecurity, project management and data recovery.

    Angel earned her B.A., summa cum laude, in Cybersecurity with a certificate in Computer Forensics & Digital Investigations from Champlain College. She originally earned her bachelor's degree in Nursing Science

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  • Elizabeth P. Ligon

    Elizabeth P. Ligon is a partner at Teague Campbell Dennis & Gorham LLP in Raleigh. Her practice focuses in the area of workers' compensation. She represents and counsels employers, insurance carriers and third-party administrators through every phase of the workers' compensation process in North Carolina. She has experience working closely with mid to large size employers, staffing companies, and trucking and commercial transport companies.

    Elizabeth earned her B.A. in Political Science and History from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and her J.D. from the University of North Carolina School of Law. She was a member of the Negotiation Team of the Holderness Moot Court Bench and the Broun National Trial Team. She also completed over 100 hours of pro bono service during law school.

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  • Jesse Shapiro

    Jesse Shapiro is an attorney with Wilson Reives Silverman and Doran PLLC in Sanford. He represents and protects the rights of injured workers across the state of North Carolina and generally focuses his practice in Raleigh, Cary, Apex, Durham, Fayetteville, Sanford, Southern Pines, Greensboro and surrounding towns and counties.

    Jesse spent the early years of his practice as a criminal defense lawyer and then moved on to defend insurance companies and self-insured businesses in workers' compensation and personal injury claims. After spending more than five years learning the art of workers' compensation law in North Carolina as both a plaintiff's lawyer and a lawyer for the insurance companies, he decided to open his own law practice in Apex. In 2015, he joined Wilson Reives Silverman & Doran, bringing his experience and passion for representing injured workers to Lee County, Wake County, and beyond.

    Jesse is Board Certified as a Specialist in Workers' Compensation Law by the North Carolina State Bar.

    Jesse earned his bachelor's at Colby College in Waterville, MA and his J.D. from Campbell University Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law. He was active in the Law School Student Counsel and was president of the Law Student Civil Rights Research Counsel for two years where, among other things, he organized trips to Texas and Florida to help men, women, and children seeking political asylum in the United States.

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May 9, 2023
Tue 12:55 PM EDT

Duration 3H 18M

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