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    The Emoji���s Gambit: Legal Issues in Admitting Emojis as Symbols of Evidence [CC]

    The Emoji���s Gambit: Legal Issues in Admitting Emojis as Symbols of Evidence [CC]
    CLE 90 min

    The Emoji���s Gambit: Legal Issues in Admitting Emojis as Symbols of Evidence [CC]

    The use of emojis in the legal field can cause some issues. Their use has varied meanings and can cause confusion with criminal and intellectual property laws. How should emojis be used or admitted in a case? Our expert panel will explain how to differentiate the meanings and uses and much more.

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    Although emojis are expressive and very popular, they can have varied meanings. A "Cute" emoji signals a myriad of connotations which may lead to "ugly" legal issues in contracts to torts and criminal law to intellectual property. The stakes for using emojis continue to rise resulting in monetary sanctions to incarceration. Lawyers and judges should be aware of the various trending evidentiary issues in admitting emojis in our courtrooms. Participants will:

    ���Be able to differentiate various emojis,

    ���Learn about cases wherein emojis were used and admitted in court cases, and

    ���Will participate in responding to questions about their understanding of the use of emojis in the courtroom.

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