Christopher Hopkins Speaks on Social Media Discovery CLE in Palm Beach (Earn Florida Technology CLE points via Web)

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Interested in earning some Technology CLE points in Florida?

Sign up for this January 24, 2017 CLE — possibly one the first CLEs in the State to offer Tech CLE points.

AND… you don’t even have to attend in person.  Live or via Web.

In one hour we will cover:

  • All Florida Social Media Discovery Appellate Decisions
  • “Key” Palm Beach Circuit Court Orders on Social Media Discovery
  • Strategies for Social Media Discovery (plaintiff and defendant)
  • Sample Social Media Discovery forms you can use in your cases

Register to attend in person:  https://apps.palmbeachbar.org/calendar/register/?eventno=2479

Register to attend by webinar:  http://palmbeachbarcle.org/product/social-media-discovery-case-law-update-strategies/

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