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Brent Eames Serves as Speaker on the Admissibility of Social Media Evidence for ISBA Seminar

Written by Brent Eames

October 16, 2019

On October 14, 2019, Attorney Brent Eames served as a speaker for the Illinois State Bar Association’s Fall Workers’ Compensation Seminar. This program explored a number of key workers’ compensation issues, and was designed to instruct labor/employment attorneys and workers’ compensation practitioners with intermediate practice experience to better understand key areas of law to benefit their practices.

Attorney Eames spoke on the topic of the admissibility of electronic evidence, and social media evidence at trial. The topic included an overview of the Illinois Rules of Evidence, as well as the relevant case law for admitting and objecting to this very important evidence.

This seminar was recorded and will be available for purchase to watch online in the near future. For more information about the seminar, please click here:

The content of this blog is intended for informational purposes only and does constitute or establish an attorney-client relationship, nor constitute legal advice. If you wish to discuss any further aspect of the material contained herein, please contact Brent Eames at Eames Law Group, Ltd.

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